Education and Training
BA in Psychology - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Clinical Research Assistant
Departments and Services
Posters and Presentations
Goldberg, T., Chang, J., Waqar, L., Buckley, L., Liebling, E., Nolan, B., Peterson, R., Dolinsky, L., Dowling, J., Owei, L., Burnham, S., and Weiss, P. (2018). Pre-Clinic Huddles and Positive Feedback Improves Identification of Eligible Research Patients in Pediatric Rheumatology, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Quality and Safety Day, Philadelphia, PA, May 2018
Goldberg, T., Cerra, C., Look, A. Nusrath, S., Corbett, N., and Olino, T. (2017). Personality, Impulsivity, and Associations with Health Behaviors, Temple University Undergraduate Research Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 2017
Goldberg, T., Look, A., Cerra, C., and Olino, T. (2017). Positive Mood Predicts Slowing of Devaluation of Reward in a Progressive Ratio (PR) Task, Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA, May 2017
Corbett, N., Case, J., Goldberg, T., and Olino, T. (2017). Clinical Manifestations of Anhedonia in Borderline Personality Disorder, Eastern Psychological Association 2018, Philadelphia, PA, March 2018
Case, J., Patros, C., Goldberg, T., and Olino, T. (2017). Assessing the Severity of Self-Injury: Number of Acts versus Number of Methods?, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, Washington, DC, April 2018
Goldberg, T., Cerra, C., Look, A., and Olino, T. (2017). An Experimental Approach to Examining Influences of Personality and Mood State on Risk-taking Behaviors, Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA, May 2018
Awards and Honors
Psi Chi Psychology International Honor Society, Temple University
Distinction in Major in Psychology, Temple University
University Honors, Temple University
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
Association for Psychological Science
Society of Pediatric Psychology
Patient Experience Ratings
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