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Psychonomics Conference

Psychonomics Conference

Poster presented by faculty member Mario Fific and students Cameron Bunker,

IACCP 2013 Los Angeles

IACCP 2013 Los Angeles

Catherine Strauss poster presentation at IACCP in Los Angeles 2013

7th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Study of Emerging Adults

7th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Study of Emerging Adults

Miami, Florida. Faculty member Mihaela Friedlmeier and students Shelby Herpst and Heather Thompke

School Psychology Program

School Psychology Program

Faculty member Jamie Owen-De Schryver 9/25/2014

Cognitive Development Society

Cognitive Development Society

Faculty member Wolfgang Friedlmeier and students Sarah Vitale and Victoria Sanchez

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