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PhD in Clinical Science in Child and Adolescent Psychology

Our Clinical Science in Child and Adolescent Psychology program aims to arm graduate students with the necessary conceptual background and knowledge of the field including skills in theory construction, methodology and statistics. 

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Students are well-positioned to advance basic knowledge in developmental psychopathology while developing and evaluating scientifically informed assessment, prevention, treatment and dissemination approaches. View Student Admission, Outcomes and Other Data


Fall 2018 Worlds Ahead Graduates

Friday, December 07, 2018

As we close out the 2018 Fall semester, we would like to take a moment to showcase the CASE Worlds […]

Women in Research: Deborah Goldfarb

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Deborah Goldfarb, assistant professor of psychology and attorney, spends her days attempting to unravel the mysteries of some of the […]

Dr. Stephens awarded American Psychological Associations’ Shining Star Award

Thursday, December 06, 2018

Dr. Dionne Stephens, associate professor within the Department of Psychology, has been awarded the American Psychological Associations’ Shining Star Award for her outstanding research and […]