Camelia Hostinar
Associate Professor of Psychology

Camelia Hostinar is a developmental psychologist who studies how the social environment shapes child and adolescent health, with a focus on the activity of the stress-response and immune systems. She is probing the pathways linking poverty to later risk for disease and investigating protective psychosocial processes such as supportive relationships that could help reduce this risk. 

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