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Chloe Frances Bliton
Pennsylvania State University
I am currently in my sixth year in the Pennsylvania State University’s Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program. I am honored to serve on the SPAGS Board for a fifth year. My primary goals as president are to ensure that the SPAGS Board is continually representing student interests, creating career-related resources, and engendering opportunities for increased involvement in SPA activities. Broadly speaking, my research interests include the integration of dimensional structure and the dynamic expression of personality pathology over different timescales (e.g., across- and within-situation). Specifically, I am interested in this expression occurring within interpersonal situations. To achieve this integration, accurate conceptualization and assessment of personality pathology is key. In the future, I hope to bring momentary assessments of personality and interpersonal functioning into my research, specifically within the therapeutic process.
In my free time, however limited, I spend time with my family and friends and train and compete in elite powerlifting.
Parent: Pennsylvania State University
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