Anya Kogan

Real name: 
PhD Graduate Student
Degree(s): 

M.A. University of Arizona 2010 B.A. University of California, Davis, 2004

I'm a Ph.D. student in Clinical Psychology, working in John Allen's Psychophysiology Lab. My research interests are closely related to my clinical interests of working with medical populations and examining the role of emotions and close relationships in health and illness. In my research, I am interested in examining how biological, relational, and emotional factors influence physical and psychological health. I believe that learning about complex human experience involves combining multiple levels of analysis, and my research to date spans bio-psychosocial spectrum.

Selected Publications: 

Accortt, E. E., Kogan, A. V., & Allen, J. J. B. (2013). Personal history of major depression may put women at risk for pre-menstrual dysphoric disorder symptomatology. Journal of Affective Disorders, 150, 1234-1237. Kogan, A. V., Allen, J. J. B., & Weihs, K. L. (2012). Cardiac vagal control as a prospective predictor of anxiety in breast cancer. Biological Psychology, 90, 105-111. Rohrbaugh, M. J., Kogan, A. V., & Shoham, V. (2012). Family consultation for psychiatrically complicated health problems. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In-Session, 68, 570-580. Skoyen, J. A., Kogan, A. V., Novak, S. A., & Butler, E. A. (2012). Health behavior and emotion regulation in couples. In Newman, M. L., & Roberts, N. A. (Eds.) Health and Social Relationships: The Good, The Bad, and The Complicated. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Courses Taught: 

Instructor: PSY 383 Health Psychology (Summer 2011)

Areas of Study: 

Clinical Psychology