BA, Hamilton College; MA, Ph.D., University of Buffalo
Dr. Godleski's areas of expertise are within Clinical and Developmental Psychology. Her research focuses on developmental pathways to risk and resilience, particularly within early development from pregnancy to early childhood. She is interested in how parent and family influences (e.g., parental substance use, discipline, etc) impact children’s social-emotional developmental and health outcomes.
In the News
February 9, 2024
Team’s research method becomes industry model
Work by Risa Robinson and members of the Respiratory Technologies Laboratory completely shifted how e-cigarette analysis is done and became an industry model. Through this new viewpoint, the team recorded harmful emissions that were not otherwise seen in a lab setting, and this data contributed to FDA policies and regulations about e-cigarette usage today.
November 9, 2021
Navigating the tricky world of parenting adolescents
The Creating a Safe Environment newsletter talks to Stephanie Godleski, associate professor in the Department of Psychology, about how parents can establish a strong relationship with their adolescent children.
October 21, 2019
Parenting app for mothers being developed at RIT
Research is underway at RIT to create an app that will serve as a resource to help young mothers answer questions about raising a child, connect them with programs and resources, as well as foster a virtual parenting community.
August 26, 2022
Godleski discuss maternal mental health on panel
July 21, 2022
Godleski organizes conference on relational aggression
May 4, 2022
Psychology students present at conference
August 11, 2020
Godleski and Kothari present research on mental health support