Royette Tavernier

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Wesleyan University

Professor Tavernier teaches courses on: Sleep and Psychosocial Functioning in Youth, Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood, and Research Methods in Psychology. Tavernier is the director of the Sleep and Psychosocial Adjustment Lab at Wesleyan University (http://spalab.research.wesleyan.edu/) and has an interest in examining bidirectional associations between sleep and various aspects of adolescent and emerging adulthood development, including academic performance, interpersonal relationships, emotion regulation, and technology use.
BSc in Psychology (Trent University, Ontario, Canada)
MA in Child & Youth Studies (Brock University, Ontario Canada)
Ph.D. in Psychology (Brock University, Ontario, Canada)
Postdoctoral Fellowship (Northwestern University, Evanston,IL)

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Psychology, Wesleyan University