Psychology & Behavior Analysis

Chavez Wins Grant to Train Clinicians in Parent Child Interaction Therapy

The clinical research from this initiative will contribute to the literature on expanding the applicability of evidence-based treatments to Black and Latino populations.

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Talbot Article Top Cited in Journal

The article is, “The factor structure of the macaque social responsiveness scale-revised predicts social behavior and personality dimensions.”

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COPLA Kudos for Academic Year 2021-22

College of Psychology and Liberal Arts faculty presentations, publications and more for the academic year 2021-22.

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Edkins’ Book Honored As Best in Psychology, Law

"A System of Pleas: Social Science’s Contribution to the Real Legal System" was honored by the American Psychology-Law Society.

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Brevard Zoo, Florida Tech Dedicate Dr. Mary Helen McCay Research Shed

The 10-foot-by-12-foot shed, with wood-colored paneling and a prominent sign above its door, is located at the zoo's Primate Cognition Center.

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Martinez-Diaz Recognized with Posthumous Hemingway Award

The late Jose Martinez-Diaz, an influential and beloved leader in the field of applied behavior analysis who founded Florida Tech’s ABA program, was recognized with the 2021 Michael Hemingway Behavior Analysis Award from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Martinez-Diaz, who passed away on Sept. 21, 2020, at age 70, was lauded by the Board last year for his vast influence in the lives of…

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COPLA’s Gustafson Named President of Association of Psychology Training Clinics

Scott Gustafson, Florida Tech professor and director of Community Psychological Services, has been named president of the Association of Psychology Training Clinics. Gustafson has been treasurer of the group for the last eight years and an APTC member for 14 years overall. He will officially assume the presidency at the APTC spring conference in March, serving as president for two…

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Novel Brain-Boosting Research Featured in Journal for Kids

A study in a journal for adolescents may show we have the ability to boost the brain's speed of oscillations to improve memory.

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Psychologist-Turned-Lawyer Follows Passion Into IP Law

A law clerk for Fishman Stewart PLLC, Melissa Chapman ’15 is in her last semester at Wayne State University Law.

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Court Assessment Team Getting Students Real-World Experience

Florida Tech is one of just five clinical psychology doctoral programs out of more than 240 nationwide to offer this level of hands-on experience.

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