Holy Timblin '21
Trauma, PTSD, psychological consequences of sexual assault, the impact of social reactions to the disclosure on mental health outcomes, expectations of disclosure, rates of disclosure, and emotion regulation
Hello, my name is Holly Timblin, and I am a graduate student in the Masters of Psychological Sciences. My goal as a Coyote Research Ambassador is to guide students on their academic journey and introduce them to the beauty of research.
I am currently working on my master’s thesis investigating expectations of disclosure following sexual assault among sexual assault survivors under the direction of Dr. Christina Hassija. My research interests include trauma, resilience, emotion regulation, and emotional and psychological consequences of sexual assault.
Clubs and Organizations
I serve as secretary of Psi Chi, the National Honors Society of Psychology
Awards and Distinctions
Nesvold Award for Best graduate Paper; Outstanding Undergraduate Honors Thesis; CSU Research Delegate
Grant Writing, Presenting at a Conference, Academic Year Research, Poster Presentations, Oral Presentations, Laboratory Research, Study Abroad
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