Psychology Department - Associate Director of Clinical Practices
East Hall 203F
Ph.D. - University of Connecticut
M.A. - University of Connecticut
B.A. - University of Rochester
Dr. Milling is a clinical psychologist with specializations in child clinical and pediatric psychology. Dr. Milling teaches undergraduate courses in personality psychology and abnormal psychology, as well as graduate courses in personality psychology and psychopathology of childhood. Dr. Milling's research interests are in the area of psychological interventions for physical pain. The current focus of this work involves evaluating the psychological variables (e.g., expectancy) that explain how psychological interventions reduce pain and the personality variables that predict who benefits the most from particular interventions.