Charlene Kobayashi

Charlene Kobayashi

Charlene is 4th year Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology at Palo Alto University with a dual emphasis in Diversity and Community Mental Health and Mindfulness and Meditation. Her clinical and research interests are performing research in community mental health settings, trauma and compassion. Charlene is a member of Dr. Wickham's Interpersonal Relationships and Applied Methodology research lab.

PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

 

Wickham, R.E., Williamson, R., Beard, C. L., Kobayashi, C., & Hirst, T. (2016). Authenticity attenuates the negative effects of interpersonal conflict on daily well-being. Journal of Research in Personality, 60. 56-62.

 

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

 

Wickham, R.E., Williamson, R., Beard, C., Kobayashi, C., & Hirst, T. (2016). Authenticity attenuates the negative effects of interpersonal conflict on daily well-being. Poster presented at the 2016 Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference, San Diego, CA.

 

INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND APPLIED METHODS LAB

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