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Shoshana Krohner is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Psychology department at The New School for Social Research. She is a current member of the Trauma and Affective Psychophysiology Lab.
PhD 2022, Wayne State University
Lucas, T., Yamin, J. B., Krohner, S., Goetz, S., Kopetz, C., Lumley, M. A. (in press). Writing about justice and injustice: Complex effects on performance, affect, threat, and biological responses to acute social stress among African American women and men. Social Science and Medicine.
Krohner, S., Holmes, H. J., Yamin, J. B., Lumley, M. A. (2022). Psychological symptoms in Arab American women: Adverse childhood experiences, racism, and religion. Psychology of Religion & Spirituality.
Lumley, M. A., Yamin, J. B., Pester, B., Krohner, S., Urbanik, C. (2022). Trauma matters: Psychological interventions for comorbid psychological trauma and chronic pain. PAIN, 163(4), 599-603.
Lumley, M. A., Krohner, S., Marshall, L. M., Kitts, T., Schubiner, H., Yarns, B. C. (2021). Emotional awareness and other emotional processes: Implications for the assessment and treatment of chronic pain. Pain Management, 11(3), 325-332.
Yamin, J. B., Holmes, H. J., Krohner, S., Lumley, M. A. (2021). Arab American women’s health following sexual victimization: The moderating effects of bicultural identity harmony and social constraints. Psychology of Violence, 11, 455-464.
Holmes, H. J., Yamin, J. B., Krohner, S., Rapport, L. J., Grekin, E. R., Schubiner, H., & Lumley, M. A. (2020). Effects of a sexual health interview among Arab American women: An experimental disclosure study. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 50, 373-384.
chronic pain/somatic symptoms