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The Society for Psychophysiological Research recently published an interview with Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer
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The Society for Psychophysiological Research recently published an interview with Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer

Recently, Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer was the featured researcher spotlight for the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
The Society for Psychophysiological Research recently published an interview with Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer

Erika Lunkenheimer, Ph.D.

Recently, Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer, Associate Professor of Psychology at the Pennsylvania State University and an Associate Director of the Child Maltreatment Solutions Network, was the featured researcher spotlight for the Society for Psychophysiological Research. This interview discusses her “meta-thinking” about her research approach as well the work itself. Click here to be taken to the article.

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