Dr. Patricia Costello, a program director in the School of Psychology, recently published Catalina and the King’s Wall.
Dr. Grant J. Rich, a faculty member in the School of Psychology, recently published Human Strengths and Resilience: Developmental, Cross-Cultural, and International Perspectives. He served as editor and also co-authored chapters on his research in Cambodia, India, and Haiti.
Dr. Grant Rich, a faculty member in the School of Psychology, co-edited Internationalizing the Teaching of Psychology. Dr. Rich also co-chaired two symposia at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention in August. His presentations focused on internationalizing the teaching of psychology and on his experience teaching in India. He has recently published articles in the Journal of Positive Psychology (2016), the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (2017), and the American Psychologist (2016). In 2017, Dr. Rich was named as a Fellow of the Society for Media Psychology and Technology.
Dr. Kathryn Dardeck, a core faculty member in the School of Psychology, and Dr. Nuriel Mor ’16, a PhD in Psychology graduate, recently published “Mitigation of Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms From Chronic Terror Attacks on Southern Israel” in the Journal of Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences.
Dr. Grant Rich, a faculty member in the School of Psychology, recently coauthored “Internationalizing Undergraduate Psychology Education: Trends, Techniques, and Technologies” in American Psychologist. He also presented at and served on panels at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in New York City in March.
Dr. Ellen G. Levine, a faculty member in the School of Psychology, recently published “Predictors of Quality of Life Among Ethnically Diverse Breast Cancer Survivors” in Applied Research in Quality of Life. Dr. Levine also presented a paper entitled “Changes in Benefit Finding After Breast Cancer Treatment Over Time and Across Ethnic Groups” at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society’s annual meeting in San Diego.
Dr. Brian L. Ragsdale, a core faculty member in the School of Psychology, recently published “The Relation of Severity and Type of Community Violence Exposure to Emotional Distress and Problem Behaviors Among Urban African American Adolescents” in Violence and Victims.
Dr. Grant Rich, a faculty member in the School of Psychology, coedited Pathfinders in International Psychology. The volume is the first in the new American Psychological Association (APA) Division 52 International Psychology book series. Dr. Rich also co-chaired two symposia at the APA Annual Convention in August. His presentations focused on internationalizing the history of psychology and on his experience teaching for an academic year in Cambodia.