graduate advocate for the APS Student Caucus executive board, is currently completing the doctoral degree in cognitive psychology at the University at Albany, State University of New York. He is involved in research on judgment and decision-making, mating strategies, attention, autobiographical memory, and philosophy of mind, and can be reached for correspondence at firstname.lastname@example.org.
is currently completing her PhD in clinical psychology at Florida State University.
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is a PhD candidate in Industrial/Applied psychology at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. His research include optimism/explanatory style variables in applied settings, work-life balance, and romantic relationship satisfaction.
is currently working on her PhD. She is the APS/AAAS Media Fellow in 2001. She will be doing her fellowship at the Richmond Post Dispatch.
is a doctoral student in the life-span developmental psychology program at Florida International University. He is currently working on his dissertation entitled Sibling Relations, Adjustment and Psychological Well-Being in Preadolescence and Adolescence, and is supervised by Mary J. Levitt. The focus of Milevsky's teaching and research work is on social networks and adaptation across the transition from elementary school to middle school.
is a doctoral student at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, specializing in perception. Her research includes examining the perception of timbre in sound sources of varying pitch such as singing voices and musical instruments, the auditory organization of sound into objects, and auditory motion and pattern perception in music.
is currently working on her Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Virginia Tech. Her research interest involves internalizing and externalizing disorders in abused children.