Brittney Holcomb

I am a 4th year student in the Idaho State University Clinical Psychology Ph.D. program. I fall under a cognitive-behavioral, with emphasis on behavioral, theoretical orientation in both my clinical and research interests. However, I consider my clinical theoretical orientation to be a bit more integrated. My research interests center around impulsive behavioral choice patterns and conditions that influence these patterns. My dissertation explores sexual arousal as a potential influence on the extent of impulsivity in decision making patterns of college men. This summer I will begin my internship at the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, in which I will work with adult male incarcerated offenders. I expect to primarily conduct assessments with these individuals, which is consistent with my professional goals.