My interdisciplinary program of research fuses together the disciplines of public health, social psychology, clinical psychology, and health communication. My goals are centered on the extension of Terror Management Theory and its influence on public health behaviors, specifically in mental health in suicidality, to enact social justice and change through engaged advocacy.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman moderates an important panel for the EBF on using Becker's ideas in the classroom
Dr. Harvell-Bowman discusses the importance of advocacy in the abortion debate and offers some helpful tips on how to enact social change.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman discusses the importance the media played during the COVID-19 pandemic and the role of Terror Management Theory.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman moderates a panel on Becker's ideas and indigenous culture
Dr. Harvell-Bowman sits down with WHSV to discuss Connecting Madison's Community and the importance of Suicide Awareness.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman sits down with WHSV to discuss the importance of Indigenous Peoples Day.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman sits down with WHSV to discuss her citizenship with the Osage Nation and the importance of Indigenous Peoples Day.
Dr. Harvell-Bowman sits down with VPN to talk about how fear of death impacts our love for and participation in Halloween.