Shannon Willis Schrader

Shannon Willis Schrader

Shannon Willis Schrader

Graduate Research Assistant

Clinical Psychology: Jail-based interventions, self-control, post-release functioning

Shannon is a fifth-year clinical psychology doctoral student working with Drs. June Tangney and Jeff Stuewig. Her current research examines the role of self-control in post-release functioning including substance use and recidivism. 

Grants and Fellowships

Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) F-31 Award through the National Institute on Drug Abuse

Project: Jail inmates' self-control and post-release substance misuse

Education

M.A. in Clinical Psychology, George Mason University, 2018

B.A. in Psychology, George Mason University, 2015