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Dr. Pruden explains why the type of language heard in childhood could have a profound effect.

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Dr. Asia Eaton and graduate student Ryan Jacobson's research on how organizational policies affect bystander reporting of sexual harassment at work is featured in Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology's articles.

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Dr. Nadja Schreiber Compo was recently invited to present her research teams' work on Alcohol and Witness Memory as part of the Drug-facilitated Crime in the 21st Century workshop at the International Association of Forensic Toxicologists Conference.

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Research project to be led by Drs. Elisa Trucco and Matthew Sutherland investigate the effects of e-cigarettes, vaping devices and other electronic nicotine delivery systems on adolescents.

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Dr. Fabián Soto awarded NIMH R21 “Perceptual and decisional processes underlying face perception biases in clinical depression."

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Dr. Dunn to run for Florida’s 27th congressional district.

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Dr. Pruden interviewed by NBC 6 on topic "How You Talk to Kids Could Boost Their Interest in STEM."

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Drs. Hart and Graziano's summer program for Prekindergarten children was mentioned in a Miami Herald article on the Children's Trust.

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Dr. Stephens was presented one of two national Faculty Mentor of the Year Awards on Oct. 28 at the nation’s largest gathering of underrepresented minority Ph.D. students and faculty.

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Dr. Pruden's research discussed in ABC news article: "Girls in STEM: How words can change it all"

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