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Rahl

Hayley Rahl

Doctoral Student
B.S. in Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, 2014

Interests: Developmental psychopathology, adolescence, resilience, trauma/maltreatment, prevention/intervention

Email: rahlx002@umn.edu

My research background is in the impact of mindfulness interventions on psychological and physiological stress response and my current interests are in the study of trauma and resilience during transitions including adolescence.

Selected Publications

  1. Rahl, H. A., Lindsay, E. K., Pacilio, L. E., Brown, K. W., & Creswell, J. D. (2016). Brief Mindfulness Meditation Training Reduces Mind Wandering: The Critical Role of Acceptance. Emotion.

    Slutsky, J., Rahl, H., Lindsay, E., & Creswell, J.D. (2017). "Mindfulness, emotion regulation, and social threat." Invited book chapter for Mindfulness in Social Psychology. Springer Publications.