Jessica has experience in both academic and government settings, with expertise in social and behavioral research on social, cultural, and health-related attitudes, behaviors, and perceptions. She has conducted research in diverse contexts on everything from sociocultural factors that impact immunization adherence to ethical conduct training. Her current work at Aptima focuses on the assessment of measurements of individual and group performance, Soldier, leader, and squad operational readiness, and the assessment of medical skill acquisition and decay.
Jessica holds a Ph.D. in General Psychology and M.A. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Texas at El Paso, and a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Collins, T., Grineski, S., Shenberger, J.M., Morales, D.X., Morera, O., & Echegoyen, L. (in press). Student-Faculty Interactions Promote Gains among Females in Undergraduate Research Programs at a Hispanic-Serving Institution. Journal of Educational Psychology.
Sias, J.J., Loya, A.M., Rivera, J.O., & Shenberger-Trujillo, J.M. (2017). Cultural Competency. In: Pharmacotherapy: A Pathophysiologic Approach. Eds: DiPiro JT, Matzke GR, Yee GC, Talbert RL, Wells BG, Posey LM. McGraw-Hill Publishers, Inc. (Invited Author). 10th Edition.
Shenberger-Trujillo, J. M., & Kurinec, C. A. (2016). Bridging the Research to Application Divide: Recommendations for Community-Based Participatory Research in a Military Setting. Military Behavioral Health, 4(4), 316-324.
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