Department of Psychology
Department of Psychology

Mackenzie Zisser

B.A., University of California Berkeley

Graduate student
Mackenzie Zisser


depression; treatment development; internet-based intervention; ecological momentary assessment


Mackenzie received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California- Berkeley in 2017. During her time at Berkeley, she worked with Dr. Sheri Johnson studying mental health in entrepreneurs and the interaction of gender, social dominance, and unipolar depression. After graduation, she worked as a project coordinator at the UC Berkeley CALM Laboratory managing an online treatment program for people with high levels of aggression and emotion-related impulsivity. She also worked as a research associate in the Berkeley Psychophysiology Lab gathering psychophysiological data in patients with dementia and their caregivers. 
She is currently a first-year graduate student in the Mood Disorders Laboratory. She is interested in using technology to enhance the study and treatment of depression through internet-based interventions and ecological momentary assessment techniques. 

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