Sam Cacace graduated with her Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Washington State University, and now works as a Postdoctoral Research Scholar with the Center for Family and Community Engagement.
She received her Bachelor's in Arts in Psychology from North Carolina State University, and a Master's in General Psychology from North Carolina Central University.
Her current research focuses on psychosocial variables that impact health and wellness in military service members and veterans, and her research interests include cohesion, interpersonal relationships, stigma, transactional leadership, group dynamics, and psychometrics.
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Samantha Zottola is currently a Postdoctoral Research Scholar with the Center for Family and Community Engagement. She completed her PhD July 2020 in the Applied Social and Community Psychology program at NC State. Her dissertation research focused on evidence based practices for reducing jail populations.
Prior to earning her PhD, Samantha received a Master's degree in Psychology from Cleveland State University and spent about two years working as a Psychometrist at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court.
Samantha has published work on mental health and risk assessment in jails and her current research is focused primarily on the pretrial phase of the legal system.
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