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Dr. Ronald Fisher was recently interviewed for a Time magazine article about the signs of lying. See the full article by clicking the title above.
Dr. Nelson's research on the ties between early hand preference and the development of language skills was featured in the Wall Street Journal. See the full article by clicking the title above.
Dr. Jeremy Pettit was recently interviewed by Lisa Cohn from The Ultimate Sports Parent Blog at Youth Sports Psychology. During his podcast, Dr. Pettit discusses how you can identify and help young athletes who suffer from anxiety. See the full article and podcast by clicking the title above.
Dr. Jon Comer was recently interviewed by CBS Boston regarding the effects of the Boston Marathon bombing on children living near the bombings and the subsequent manhunt. See full article by clicking the title above
New Publication from Dr. Daniel Bagner on Fathers in Parent Training
Dr. Bagner recently published "Father's Role in Parent Training for Children with Developmental Delay" in the Journal of Family Psychology.
Dr. Comer recently collaborated with Dr. Jennifer Greif Green on an article in the Boston Herald regarding the roles teachers from Boston and the surrounding communities played after the Boston Marathon bombing.
Dr. Pettit was recently interviewed by Scott Vandeman of the Ocala Magazine regarding bullying and the progressive approaches being taken by Marion County leaders to fight this growing problem.
Dr. William Pelham, Director of the Center for Children and Families at FIU, interviewed with Channel 7 News regarding a unique summer program he started just for kids with ADHD…the program helps kids develop social skills and teaches them how to problem solve. See full story.
Findings recently published in the journal of Applied Cognitive Psychology suggest Hispanics speaking English with very low proficiency are at a disadvantage in situations where their credibility is being assessed.
Dr. Aaron Mattfeld's work using fMRI to study ADHD-diagnosed children in adulthood was recently covered in the NYT's Sunday Review cover story. To read the full article, please follow the link above.