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Congratulations to Lindsay Malloy who won the Early Career Award for the American Psychology-Law Society (Div 41 of APA).
Dionne Stephen was selected for a Global Health Equity Scholars (GHES) Junior Faculty Fellowship. This is a mentored research fellowship sponsored by the Fogarty International Center (FIC) and the NIH.
FIU pscyhology professor Eliza Nelson was featured in the Wall Street Journal for her research, which shows that children who show right-handed preference at a young age develop better language skills.
We are excited to announce that two of our doctoral students have been awarded National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.
Congratulations to the three mentor Top Scholars Honorees-2014 from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Infants who exhibit a consistent right hand preference are more likely to develop advanced language skills by age two, according to a study by FIU psychologist Eliza L. Nelson. The findings were recently published in the Journal of Developmental Psychology.
South Miami Mayor Philip Stoddard doesn’t care much for mosquitos, but he doesn’t want the spraying of them to kill butterflies and a rare Florida bat.
Nadja Schreiber Compo, associate professor in psychology, has had a spectacular summer so far.
Dr. Angela Laird was recognized as a Highly Cited Researcher based on Web of Science citations by Thomson Reuters. She is the only person from FIU to be so recognized.
Several of the basic psychological principles that make teens ineligible for the death penalty also increase their vulnerability in the interrogation room.
FIU psychologist Jacqueline R. Evans was featured on NBS News, and the study in the journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology.
Alayne Unterberger says there’s a high level of working, single mothers in Florida, and they tend to have less education and fewer quality job opportunities.
Sherry Johnson, Elizabeth Cramer, Bianca Premo and Mary Jo Trepka all received awards at Faculty Convocation.
Congratulations to our faculty mentors Elizabeth Cramer, who was awarded the 2014 President's Access & Equity Award, and Angie Laird, Top 5 finalist for the Presidential Excellence Award.
The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry is internationally recognized as the leading journal in child and adolescent psychology and psychiatry. Psychology professor Erica Musser's article was one of the top cited JCPP articles for 2014.
Drs. Yuk-Ching Tse-Dinh, Yuan Liu and Irina Agoulnik receive award from the Community Foundation of Broward to pursue a novel treatment therapy.