• Texas Tech University

    TU Plaza, 1901 University Ave R102 Lubbock, TX 79410

  • Research Site Introduction:

    The Grief and Response to Illness into Late Life (GRILL) Lab at Texas Tech University investigates psychological health in aging and illness. More specifically, we examine the interconnection of the biopsychosocial processes within individuals with life-limiting illnesses (e.g., cancer; and dementia) and their caregivers. Using multiple methods (e.g., Ecological Momentary Assessment) with advanced quantitative techniques (e.g., Multilevel Modeling; Growth Mixture Modeling), the ultimate goal of our research program is to translate basic and applied research into scalable, technology-based interventions.


  • Research Site Description:

    The Clinical Psychology doctoral program at Texas Tech University is accredited by the American Psychology Association (APA) and we adhere to the scientist-practitioner training model. The Clinical Psychology Program (CPP) is housed within the Department of Psychological Sciences. The Department of Psychological Sciences has its own building on the Texas Tech University campus that houses offices, research labs, conference rooms, and classrooms (one devoted to statistics/computing). The Department of Psychological Sciences also houses the Psychology Clinic which includes eight therapy rooms, two group rooms, one child therapy room, and five assessment/testing rooms. 

  • Patient Demographics:

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  • Additional Information:

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  • Contact Information:

    Carol Fadalla
    Email: cfadalla@ttu.edu 
    Phone: (806) 834-3959

Active Studies:

There are no active studies for this clinic.