Elizabeth Joseph

Graduate Student

BS, Psychology
Louisiana State University

E-mail address:
e.d.joseph@tcu.edu

Elizabeth  joined the IBR in 2019 as a graduate student. She is currently in the Experimental Psychology doctoral program at TCU. She is currently assisting with projects — FAMLI and LeSA. She has experience as a student researcher for the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in a pediatric obesity lab.

Presentations and Publications

Joseph, E. D., Kracht, C. St. Romain, J., Allen, A. T., Barbaree, C., Martin, C. K., & Staiano, A. E. (2019). Young children’s screen time and physical activity: Perspectives of parent and early care and education center providers. Global pediatric health, 6, 2333794X19865856.

Joseph, E. D., Zhang, D. (2018). The distinctiveness of risk-taking from the Big Five Personality and its narrow facets. Poster to be presented at the Society for Judgement and DecisionMaking Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Joseph, E. D., St. Romain, J., Allen, A. T., Martin, C.K., Staiano, A. E. Using mobile apps to promote preschoolers’ physical activity: Perspectives of parents and childcare center directors. Ann Beh Med 2018;52(Suppl 1): S304.

Joseph, E. D., St. Romain, J., Allen, A. T., Martin, C.K., Staiano, A. E. (2018). Using mobile apps to promote preschoolers’ physical activity: Perspectives of parents and childcare center directors.  Poster session presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Joseph, E. D., St. Romain, J., Allen, A. T., Martin, C.K., Staiano, A. E. (2018). Using mobile apps to promote preschoolers’ physical activity: Perspectives of parents and childcare center directors. Poster session presented at the Louisiana State University Discover Day, Baton Rouge, LA.

Joseph, E. D. (2017). The relationship between children’s screen-time inside and outside of preschool. Poster session presented at the Louisiana State University Discover Day, Baton Rouge, LA.