Entry Year


Major Area of Study

Experimental Psychopathology


Barton Palmer, PhD



Research Interests

Miya’s primary research focus is the impact of early trauma on adult biopsychosocial functioning. Her research interests also include: risk and resilience factors to trauma, Complex PTSD, revictimization of trauma throughout the lifespan, and mindfulness based interventions.

Representative Publications
  • Gentry, M., & Palmer, B.W. (in press). Loneliness in people with mental health disorders. In Loneliness: Science and practice. American Psychiatric Publishing.

  • Gentry, M., & Palmer, B. W. (2021). The ‘timbre’ of loneliness in Late life. International Psychogeriatrics, 1–9.

  • Hagan, M.J., Waters, S., Holley, S., Moctezuma, L., Gentry, M. (2020). The interactive effect of family conflict history and physiological reactivity on different forms of aggression in young women. Biological Psychology, 153, 157888.

  • Hagan, M. J., Gentry, M., Ippen, C. G., & Lieberman, A. F. (2018). PTSD with and without dissociation in young children exposed to interpersonal trauma. Journal of Affective Disorders, 227, 536-541.

  • 2020- Integrative Project Honorable Mention with Distinction and Honors. Awarded by: Teachers College, Columbia University

Miya Gentry CV