Peter Franz

Peter Franz

Graduate Student, Department of Psychology
Peter Franz with his dog, Franklin.

Peter Franz is a Clinical Science PhD student in the Psychology Department at Harvard University.  Peter's research seeks to understand how neurobiological changes during adolescence put individuals in this age group at increased risk for self-injurious thoughts and behaviors.  In particular, he is interested in clarifying how reward-related biological shifts during adolescence might be associated with increased use of maladaptive regulatory behaviors, such as self-injury.  Peter is also a trainee at McLean Hospital in preparation for licensure as a clinical psychologist.

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