Wendy M Troxel

Wendy M Troxel is a social scientist at RAND Corporation.[12]

Wendy Troxel is a senior behavioral scientist at the RAND Corporation and an adjunct professor in psychiatry and psychology at the University of Pittsburgh.[3]Wendy Troxel specializes in behavioral treatments for insomnia and other sleep disorders.[4]She has received several awards and honors for her research from national and international scientific societies, and her work has been published in top-tier medical and psychological journals.[4]Her research has been widely cited in the national and international media, including print and television interviews on CBS Sunday Morning, Good Morning America, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, MSNBC and CNN, and she has a regular blog on Huffington Post.[4]

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