Elissa Hamlat and Jessica Hamilton (both Dr. Lauren Alloy’s students) each won Society for Science of Clinical Psychology (SSCP) Dissertation Awards. There were only 6 of these awards given out in the country and Temple (and Dr. Alloy’s Students) won a third of them.
Jonthan Stange, Dr. Lauren Alloy’s student, was selected to attend the 65th Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany for 2015.
Carrie Potter, Dr. Rick Heimberg’s student, has won a 2014 American Psychological Association Dissertation Research Award.
An article Nora Newcombe, PhD and colleagues suggests that playing with blocks and puzzles may build Children’s spatial skills. The article also appeared as a top Story in Science 360 News Service-National Science Foundation in January 2015.
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In this February issue of Newsweek Larry Steinberg is quoted, and mentions research by Lauren Alloy and her students
Jon Stange (Lauren Alloy’s student), won a Psi Chi travel grant for his trip to the European Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies conference in the Netherlands.
Psychology Professor Jason Chein’s study was recently cited in a New York Times column outlining the benefits of smartphone use. He and his coauthors found that playing video games could result in visual working memory improvements.
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Jonah Cohen (Rick Heimberg’s student) has been awarded a Clinician Trainee Award from the Anxiety and Depressionn Association of America (ADAA).
Psychology Professor Jason Chein’s study was recently cited in a New York Times column outlining the benefits of smartphone use. He and his coauthors found that playing video games could result in visual working memory improvements. Read the whole column here.
Jessica Hamilton and Elissa Hamlat (both students of Lauren Alloy), are two of the winners of this year’s SSCP (Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology) Student Dissertation Awards.