Cheyenne Reynolds, B.S.

Cheyenne ReynoldsBiography

Cheyenne is a graduate student in the Clinical and Health Psychology Doctoral Program, with a focus in Pediatric Psychology. She received her Bachelor of Science in psychology from the University of Florida in 2017. Following graduation, Cheyenne worked as a Lab Coordinator in the Pediatric Psychology Lab at UF, where she was involved in multiple studies focusing on the relationship between health promotion, health behavior change, and psychosocial functioning in children with chronic illness, including obesity and type 1 diabetes. She also volunteered in the Treatment of Oppositional Youth lab at UF, where she gained clinical exposure to Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) and related research. As a graduate student, Cheyenne currently works under the mentorship of Dr. Kimberly Driscoll.

Research Focus

Cheyenne is interested in factors that impact treatment adherence, including the sharing of treatment responsibility in child-parent dyads, executive dysfunction, and the use of mHealth technology in pediatric type 1 diabetes.


Basch, M.C., Stromberg, S.E., Krietsch, K., Chardon, M.L., Reynolds, C.M., Acharya, R., & Janicke, D.M. (in press). Adolescent-Reported Sleep/Wake Patterns in the Relationships between Inhibitory Control and Internalizing and Externalizing Problems. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics.

Westen, S.C., Reynolds, C.M., Warnick, J., Albanese-O’Neill, A., Schatz, D., Haller, M., & Janicke, D.M. (in preparation). Poorer Executive Functioning Predicts Disordered Eating Behavior in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes.


Reynolds, C.M., Warnick, J.,  Albanese-O’Neill, A., Schatz, D., Haller, M., Janicke, D.M, & Westen, S.C. (2019, April). Diabetes Distress Mediates a Relationship between Executive Functioning and         Disordered Eating in Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes. Poster presented at the 2019 Society of             Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Basch, M., Reynolds, C.M., Chardon, M., Ding, K., Pinto, S., & Janicke, D.M. (2019, April). Youth Sleep Quality: A Mediator of Healthcare Utilization in Youth with Depressive Symptoms. Poster presented at the 2019 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Chardon, M.L., Reynolds, C.M., Basch, M., Cardel, M., & Janicke, D.M. (2018, April). The Relationship between Perceived Social Status, Depression Symptoms, and Sleep Problems in a Low Socioeconomic Status Adolescent Sample. Poster presented at the 2018 Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

Basch, M., Stromberg, S.E., Chardon, M.L., Reynolds, C.M., & Janicke, D.M. (2017, November). The Mediating Role of Sleep Quality in the Relationship between Youth Inhibitory Control and Emotional and Behavioral Problems. Poster presented at the 2017 Pediatric Sleep Medicine Conference, Amelia Island, FL.

Reynolds, C.M., Fisher, R., Krietsch, K.N., & Janicke, D.M. (2017, March). Impact of Experimental Delayed Sleep Timing on Breakfast-Skipping among School-aged Youth. Poster presented at the 2017 University of Florida Undergraduate Research Symposium, Gainesville, FL.

Professional Memberships

American Psychological Association, Student Affiliate

APA Division 54: Society of Pediatric Psychology, Student Affiliate

Honors and Awards

Grinter Fellowship, College of Public Health and Health Professions, UF (2019)

Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference Student Travel Award (2019)

Society of Pediatric Psychology Annual Conference Exemplary Methods/Statistics Poster Award (2019)