Our program uniquely integrates a lifespan orientation with an interdisciplinary focus on both basic and applied developmental science in an international, multicultural urban context. It provides a rich and diverse setting for faculty research and scholarly activities with exceptional opportunities for students to participate in innovative programs of knowledge development.
Dr. Asia Eaton was interviewed about the psychological and social implications of the 2015 legalization of same-sex marriage in Florida. She spoke on WPBT2's program Issues about the American Psychological Association's position on same-sex unions.
Dr. Eliza Nelson's research study found that children who show
right-handed preference at a young age develop better language skills. She was interviewed about her work on the Wall Street Journal's television program Lunch Break.