Ivett Gabriella

Ivett Gabriella
University of California, Riverside | UCR · Department of Psychology

Master of Arts

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Introduction
Ivett Gabriella is a Ph.D. student at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) where she is studying Psychology with a Behavioral Neuroscience focus. Ivett is a graduate research assistant at the Stanley lab and her research interests include the neural underpinnings of eating behavior, food addiction, the control of body weight, and the neurotransmitters involved in regulating these behavioral processes. https://ivettgabriella.com/
Education
September 2019 - June 2024
University of California, Riverside
Field of study
  • Behavioral Neuroscience
August 2017 - May 2019
California State University, Dominguez Hills
Field of study
  • Clinical Psychology

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Publications (3)
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A prior history of excessive drinking induces a negative affective state in both humans and laboratory rodents, the manifestation of which varies with the age of drinking-onset. In adolescent male mice, negative affect incubates over the course of a 30-day alcohol withdrawal period. In contrast, the negative affect exhibited by adult male mice is r...
Thesis
Alcohol consumption is known to be prevalent among college students. Previous research has shown that affective states may influence alcohol consumption, and prosocial behaviors are associated with affective states. Therefore, prosocial behaviors may be directly associated with alcohol consumption. The study’s aim was to examine the relationships b...
Conference Paper
Physical activity and exercise may be risk factors for problematic alcohol use. Many studies have found an association between exercise and alcohol use among college students between the ages of 18 to 24 year. However, fewer studies have investigated the connection between physical activity and alcohol use among older college students. The purpose...

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