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Elizabeth Carlson has been accepted to the Ph.D. program in School Psychology at Temple University and the Ph.D. program in School Psychology atthe University of Massachusetts.

Diamond Carr was accepted to the Ph.D. program in School Psychology at Lehigh University  and to graduate programs at the University of North Carolina and George Washington University.    

Angelica Velez was accepted to the Psy.D. program in Clinical Psychology at Adler University in Chicago.

Nicole Mendicino was accepted to the Master's program in Psychology at NYU.

Caitlin Sprang was accepted to Rider University's School Psychology program.

Joseph Space was accepted to Rider University's School Psychology program.

Victoria Interra was accepted to the Master's program in Mental health Counseling at the University of Albany.

Sara Hartigan (Class of 2014) is a graduate student at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and presented her undergraduate research with Dr. Heath at this year's Association for Psychological Science conference in New York. This research was supported by the Undergraduate Research Scholars Award Sara received for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Colleen Belmonte, a graduate of our undergraduate and Master's in Applied Psychology programs was accepted to the Ph.D program in Educational Psychology at Rutger's University.

Julie Hang (Class of 2015) will be attending the Master's in Counseling at the University of Pennsylvania beginning Fall 2015.

Michelle Debski (Class of 2014) was accepted to the Psy.D program at LaSalle University in Philadelphia, PA.

Megan Constance (2014) is attending the Psy.D. program at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ.

Jennifer Lubanty (Class of 2015) will be attending the Master's of Social Work program at Ramapo College.

Kelly Leacock (Class of 2013) received her Master's degree in Psychology from The New School.

Victoria Interra, Gavin Mulholland, and Angelica Velez received an Undergraduate Student Travel Award to attend the National Research Conference for McNair Scholars in College Park, MD. Victoria, Gavin, and Angelica presented their work on the effect of emotion on problem solving. Their Faculty Advisor was Dr. Carlin.

Michelle Tyburski was awarded an Undergraduate Student Travel Award to support her attendance at the Students for a Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Washington, D.C.  Michelle's faculty mentor was Dr. Golski.

Rebecca Chernek received an Undergraduate Student Travel Award to attend the Association for Psychological Science 27th Annual Convention in New York City. Rebecca presented her work on the association between executive functioning and first-year student performance. Rebecca's Faculty Advisor was Dr. Golski.


Faculty News

Dr. Costello co-authored the articles “Analysis of delay discounting as a psychological measure of sustainable behavior” in the journal Behavior and Social Issues (2015) and “Recording an Excel® macro to specify date ranges for clinical data” in the journal Behavior Analysis in Practice (in press for 2016).

Dr. Suler's new book, Psychology for the Digital Age: Humans Becoming Electric with Cambridge University Press will be coming out in the fall of 2015.

Dr. DiYanni published her article, "The role of consensus and culture in children's imitation of inefficient actions." in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology with student co-authors Jad Nasrini (Class of 2014) and Daniela Nini (Class of 2013).

Dr. Haught-Tromp published her article, "The role of constraints in creative sentence production", in the Creativity Research Journal.

Dr. Heath was awarded the prestigious Dominic Iorio Research Award for distinguished faculty research.

Dr. Heath published her article, "Expectations for defendant emotion." in the journal Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice.

Dr. DiYanni was awarded a Summer Fellowship for her project entitled "Fostering Imagination in Early Childhood."

Dr. Carlin co-authored two journal articles this year. The first, "Rapid teaching of arbitrary matching in individuals with intellectual disabilities" was published in The Psychological Record with colleagues from the Shriver Center of the University of Massachusetts Medical School. The second article, "Knowledge assessment: Squeezing information from multiple-choice testing." was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied with colleagues from Tufts University.

Dr. Golski was awarded a Summer Developmental Fellowship for her project entitled, "Minding the gap: Brain research in 2015."

Dr. Haught-Tromp was awarded a Summer Fellowship for her project entitled, "The role of constraints in creativity."