Rebecca Klatzkin | Assistant Professor
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Dr. Rebecca Klatzkin is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and also a member of the Neuroscience Program faculty.  Dr. Klatzkin’s Behavioral Neuroscience laboratory investigates stress-related psychopathology in women, particularly binge eating.  Specific research goals include explaining how/why stress influences eating behaviors, and vice versa, how/why eating behaviors influence stress.  Dr. Klatzkin aims to determine if these relationships between food consumption and both physiological and psychology stress differ as a function of obesity and binge eating disorder diagnosis.

Dr. Klatzkin′s Curriculum Vitae (PDF)


Ph.D. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

M.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

B.S. University of Richmond


Psychology 150 - Foundational Issues in Psychology
Psychology 200 – Research Methods and Statistics
Psychology 350 – Advanced Research Methods
Psychology 485-486 – Senior Seminar
Neuroscience 270 - Foundations of Neurosciences
Neuroscience 350 - Neuroscience Research Methods
Neuroscience 485-486 - Senior Seminar