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Dr. Wei Wang, Associate Professor of Psychology- Graduate Center, CUNY

Fall Colloquium: “Advancing Psychological Research Through Innovative Methods Social Network and Text Analyses” with Dr. Wei Wang

SAVE THE DATE! December 4th @ 2PM | Fall 2019 Colloquium with Dr. Wei Wang   The advancement of psychological research necessitates methodological innovations––in terms of both data analysis and collection. Indeed, the history of psychology has repeatedly witnessed how such innovations (e.g., hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling for data analysis; computer-based reaction time, […]

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Alexandra Adair at her dissertation defense

Alexandra Adair Successfully Defends her Dissertation!

  On November 7th, Dr. Alexandra Adair successfully defended her dissertation on “Measuring Preschool Parents’ Attitudes Towards Science: Development and Psychometric Evaluation of a Parent Version of the Dimension of Attitudes Towards Science Instrument.”   Dissertation Abstract: Presently, no measure or theoretical framework exists for preschool parents’ attitudes towards science. The purpose of this study […]

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GSTA Blog Editor Sarah Frantz, Deputy Chair Jessica Brodsky, Chair Elizabeth Che, and Faculty Advisor Dr. Patricia Brooks sharing the STP Special Recognition Award at Pedagogy Day

GSTA Receives Special Recognition at the Society for the Teaching of Psychology Annual Conference on Teaching

At the Society for the Teaching of Psychology’s Annual Conference on Teaching, held October 17-18, 2019 in Denver, CO, the Graduate Center, CUNY, received special recognition for serving two consecutive terms (2014-2016, 2017-2019) as the host institution of the Graduate Student Teaching Association (GSTA). Educational Psychology graduate student Elizabeth Che and alumnus Teresa Ober were […]

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Volunteer and research opportunity at 5 Steps to Five

Volunteer and research opportunity at 5 Steps to Five

5 Steps to Five is a parenting program coaching parents and their infants in groups with trained facilitators, who model ways of interacting with the babies to build cognitive, verbal, emotional and social skills.  The goal: prepare these children for school, using the five steps – Nurture, Talk, Play, Read, Explore.  Parents learn the importance of being […]

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Open House November 6th!

Come to an Open House info session for the Educational Psychology PhD Program on Wednesday, November 6th at 3 p.m. If you are planning to apply for admission to the Educational Psychology PhD program for the Fall 2020 semester, you won’t want to miss this meeting. Learn more about: Curriculum and Requirements Applying to the […]

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Keith A. Markus, Ph.D.

Formative Measurement: Staking out a Middle Ground

Below is a post written by Keith A. Markus, Ph.D. He is currently a Professor in the Psychology Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. He serves on the graduate faculty of the CUNY Graduate Center in the Quantitative Psychology subprogram of the Educational Psychology Doctoral Program and in the Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Forensic Psychology subprograms within the Psychology […]

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Bruce Homer and Ming Chen presenting at Cognitive Development Society

Ming Chen-2nd year PhD student-presents at CDS in Louisville, Kentucky

Ming Chen, a second-year doctoral student in Educational Psychology Department of Graduate Center, presented her poster along with her advisor, Dr. Bruce Homer, at the 2019 Cognitive Development Society (CDS) Conference held in Louisville, Kentucky, this past weekend (Oct 17-19). Her study investigated the effects of color, shape, and virtual agent in a 2D text-based […]

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November Open House!

Come to an Open House info session for the Educational Psychology PhD Program on Monday, November 6th from 3:00 p.m – 5:00pm. If you are planning to apply for admission to the Educational Psychology PhD program for the Fall 2020 semester, you won’t want to miss this meeting. Learn more about: Curriculum and Requirements Applying […]

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