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Erika Roberge

Erika Roberge

Graduate Student, Clinical Psychology

Adviser: Craig J. Bryan

Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

Office: 630 BEHS
Phone: 801-581-8081

Research Interests

The broad (and lofty) goal of my personal research interests is to prevent or treat PTSD and suicide within military and veteran populations. I am particularly interested in the role that insomnia plays in the development and maintenance of both of these conditions and am focusing much of my research on better understanding these relationships.


B.A., University of Maryland (Psychology, 2010)
M.S., University of Utah (Clinical Science, 2016)

Selected Publications

Roberge, E., Allen, N., Taylor, J., & Bryan, C.J. (In press). Relationship functioning in Vietnam veteran couples: The roles of PTSD and anger. Journal of Clinical Psychology.

Bryan, C.J., Roberge, E., Bryan, A.O., Ray-Sannerud, B., Morrow, C.E., & Etienne, N. (2015). Guilt as a mediator of the relationship among depression and posttraumatic stress with suicide ideation in two samples of military personnel and veterans. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 8, 143-155.

Last Updated: 7/8/19