Below are news and notes from our alumni, faculty, staff, and students. We are proud of all the Marisa DelCampo, an educational psychology graduate student, was chosen as “Intern of the Year” by the Connecticut Association of School Psychologists. Alumni She has presented workshops for the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the New Jersey Association for Music Education, the Coalition of Infant/Toddler Educators, and many other groups. Amy Bovin
I have spent the last two weeks in Boston exploring questions like these with a group of 15 graduate students from PhD programs in social and personality psychology from the United States, Canada, and the Netherlands. Normally Brent and I have introduced the students to the big ideas and recent research findings on the development of temperament, personality traits, goals and motivations, values, and life stories across the lifespan from childhood to old age.
Lewis, who holds a Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate School, formerly chaired Biola's psychology department for 10 years and now holds the title of professor emeritus. Charlotte (Mohler, '67, '68) and Richard (M.A. '74) Kryder were married in
August 22, 2011. The Peabody Pulse is a newsletter describing news of the faculty, staff, students and alumni of the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Help welcome our new graduate students today Rune Simeonsson, professor of school psychology and early childhood education, will be honored this fall with the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Disability Section of the American Public Health Association. Simeonsson, who joined the School
Intensive mental training has a measurable effect on visual perception, according to a new study from the Center for Mind and Brain at the University of California, Davis. People undergoing.
“However, little is known about the possible negative outcomes associated with energy-drink consumption among this age group,” says Miyake, a 2012 graduate of Rutgers University–Camden with a master's degree in psychology. Elisa Miyake. Miyake explores this “She guided me through the process of conducting independent research, presenting findings during professional conferences, and preparing and submitting a manuscript for publication.” In Marmorstein's estimation
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SOE News. Peabody Pulse. September 12, 2011. The Peabody Pulse is a newsletter describing news of the faculty, staff, students and alumni of the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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