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Elizabeth Rickenbach, Ph.D.

2008 - B.S., Pennsylvania State University, Human Development and Family Studies
2012 - Ph.D., University of South Florida, Aging Studies
2014 - Post-doctoral fellowship, Brandeis University, Psychology

Teaching and Research Interests

Using a lifespan and interdisciplinary perspective, I am interested in the study of health and well-being in the daily lives of middle-aged and older adults. I am particularly interested in the examination of risk factors (e.g., stress, sleep disruptions) related to cognitive decline and how individuals and their families cope with changes in cognitive function.

I am also interested in the use of daily diary methodology to examine within-person variation and between-person differences in these processes as they naturally occur in everyday life.

Personal Interests

In my free time, I enjoy traveling and doing outdoor activities with my dog and husband, including running, camping, hiking.

Contact Information

Elizabeth Rickenbach
Assistant Professor
Department of Psychology
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102

(603) 656-6194

Office:
3601 Goulet Science Center

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