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I always felt right at home at Curry. The small class sizes and the opportunity to build connections with the faculty members were other reasons that helped me choose Curry. I made incredible friendships and great connections with faculty members, inside and outside of the Psychology department.

Heather Flaherty '14
Major: Psychology

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The Division on South Asian Americans (DoSAA), of the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA), recently elected Psychology Associate Professor Dr. Gagan "Mia" Khera as chair.  

DoSAA is a community of students and professionals committed to improving the mental health of South Asian Americans by creating a forum for exploring relevant social, emotional, political, and personal influences.  

Dr. Khera previously served as DoSAA treasurer.

Dr. Khera also recently attended the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) annual conference in Las Vegas, co-presenting "Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Carving out Asian American Pacific Islander Positionality in the Race Dialogue." The theme of the conference was "Rise in Solidarity: Comradery Through our Interdisciplinary Efforts, a Call to Action."  

As the newly elected chair of the AAPA's Division on South Asian Americans, Dr. Khera also hosted a division event and panel discussion. 

An entry by Dr. Eric Weiser will appear in an upcoming edition of The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences, Vol. II: Research Methods and Assessment Techniques.

Dr. Weiser's contribution is titled "Structural Equation Modeling in Personality Research."

Psychology Lecturer Aaron Daniels moderated a panel discussion at the third biennial Psychology and the Other conference, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

As part of the panel - "Literary Sources for Psychology: Nabokov, Ovid & Dante" - Dr. Daniels also presented his paper entitled "Dante & Phenomenology: The Major Works."

Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel received the "Dr. Jerrold J. Simon Award for Distinguished Lifetime Career Achievement" at the 19th Bi-Annual International Conference for the American Board of Disability Analysts and American Board of Medical Psychotherapists and Psychodiagnosticians in Naples, Florida. The award is rarely given, and Dr. Leonard-Zabel is the third recipient to receive it in the history of both associations.

In addition to accepting the award, Dr. Leonard-Zabel also presented a paper titled" Utilizing a Disability Analysis Assessment Model When Evaluating for Autism Spectrum Disorders."

The American Law Society recruited and admitted Dr. Leonard-Zabel, listing her as an expert in the areas of School Psychology, School Neuropsychology, Therapy, Forensic Examining, and Expert Witness Consulting.

Dr. Leonard-Zabel also recently presented three papers to the 25th World Congress on Learning Disabilities: "Neurobiological and Psychopathological Aspects of Juvenile Delinquency," "Cancer Brain: The Neuropsychological Effects of Treatment on the Developing Pediatric Brain," and "Pathognomic Assessment Signs Leading to the Diagnostic Prognosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders."

Dr. Elizabeth Carey and Dr. Bruce Steinberg, along with Psychology students Caitlin DeSerres, Nicole Harkins, and Julian Wildes, presented a poster at the New England Psychological Association (NEPA) meeting at William James College in the fall of 2017. The poster - "Does Effective Connectivity Mediate Neurofeedback Success?" - summarizes research the group conducted during last spring's Advanced Research Seminar, examining why neurofeedback works with some participants but not with others.

Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel Presents as Global Expert on Cognitive Disorders

Psychology Professor Dr. Ann Leonard-Zabel was one of 25 international experts who recently presented at the International Symposium on Cognitive Research and Disabilities on the topic "Solving the Assessment Mystery of Autism Spectrum Disorders."

Dr. Bruce Steinberg Presents to International Audience

Dr. Bruce Steinberg recently presented at the 2nd International Conference on Addiction Medicine and Reward Deficiency Syndrome in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Steinberg's talk took place in front of an international audience of scientists and clinical practitioners.


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