Tiffany Kichline

BA (2014) Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC
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My research interests are to better understand the influence and interplay of psychosocial factors, such as parent-child interactions, on children’s quality of life and health behaviors. This includes examining the role of caregivers’ stress and coping and its effects on psychological and physical well being in children.

Selected Presentations

Kichline, T., Weiss, D., Kassam-Adams, N., Kohser, K.L., Barakat, L.P., & Marsac, M.L. (2016, August). The application of a new method to assess the influence of parent appraisals on children's appraisals.​ Poster presented at the 2016 Annual Convention of the American Psychology Association, Denver, CO.

Jacobs, E. L., Tabachnick, A., Kichline, T., & Herbers, J. E. (2016, August). A person focused analysis of resilience in children experiencing poverty and homelessness. Poster presented at the 2016 Annual Convention of the American Psychology Association, Denver, CO.

Kichline, T., Sloan, D., & Berger, A. M. (2015). The progression toward the construct known as healing in GVHD. Poster presented at National Institutes of Health Summer IRTA Conference, Bethesda, Maryland.


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