College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Dr. Ann Romosz earned a doctorate in Educational Psychology is 2008. She has been teaching in higher education since 2004. Her research interests are in the area of high risk behaviors during transitional periods. Dr. Romosz has been a contributing faculty member at Walden since 2011.
PSYC 8620 - Adult Learning
PhD, SUNY University at Buffalo
Parks, K. A., Romosz, A. M., Bradizza, C. M., Hsieh, Y. (2008). A Dangerous Transition: Women's Drinking and Related Victimization From High School to the First Year at College. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
Scherer, M., Romosz, A. M. (2020). A latent class analysis of driver typologies as predictors of early morning lockouts while on alcohol ignition interlocks. Journal of Substance Use.
Romosz, A. M., Quigley, B. M. (2013). Does Alcohol Use Mediate the Association Between Consequences Experienced in High School and Consequences Experienced During the First Semester of College?. Journal of College Student Development.
Parks, K. A., Hsieh, Y., Bradizza, C. M., Romosz, A. M. (2008). Factors influencing the temporal relationship between alcohol consumption and experiences with aggression among college women.. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
Romosz, A. M. Understanding Non-installers of Ignition Interlock Devices. Alcohol and Drug Review.
Romosz, A. M. (2020). Driver typologies as predictors of performance on DUI interventions. APS.