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A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf

 

A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpuf
A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance. - See more at: http://news.brynmawr.edu/2013/12/12/study-highlights-success-of-bryn-mawrs-clinical-developmental-psychology-program/#sthash.oc15zsZA.dpu

Study highlights success of Bryn Mawr's Clinical Developmental Psychology Program: A new study to be published in Training and Education in Professional Psychology identifies Bryn Mawr’s Clinical Developmental Psychology Program (CDPP) as one of five “top programs”  in clinical psychology out of 233 programs across the country.  The rankings are based on analysis of outcomes such as internship match and licensure exam performance

Undergraduate and Ph.D. Candidate Join Forces to Study Effects of Children's Moods: Although a boost in mood improves adults' performance of many mental tasks, happiness may equip very young children with rose-colored glasses that reduce their accuracy in identifying the emotions of others. That's the finding of Tracy Hills '04 and Ph.D. student Deanna Hamilton, who collaborated on a research project that formed the basis of Hills' undergraduate thesis in psychology and will be incorporated into Hamilton's dissertation.

Study links responses to workday stress with marital satisfaction, APA Monitor: After a tough day, women are more likely than men to criticize or show anger toward their spouses, while men tend to respond to daytime stress by withdrawing from their mates--yet all these behaviors may be signs of a happy marriage for both sexes, according to a study in the March issue of the Journal of Family Psychology (Vol. 18, No. 1)…Wives who are happier with their marriages may feel more comfortable and freer to vent frustrations to their spouse after a stressful day… suggests lead researcher Marc S. Schulz, PhD, associate professor of psychology at Bryn Mawr College.

Emotions Reveal Troubled Marriages: Men's Hostility, Women's Sadness May Reveal a Troubled Marriage WebMD Medical News: June 18, 2004 -- It may not take an expert to spot a marriage bound for trouble. A new study shows a group of college students was able to predict with more than 80% accuracy which couples would still be together five years later by just observing their emotional interactions…Researchers pooled their assessments, and found that the students predicted with 85% accuracy which couples would still be together after five years. "How women and men express their emotions can affect the quality and stability of their marriage," says researcher Marc Schulz, associate professor of psychology at Bryn Mawr College…

Voices in the Family, WHYY (National Public Radio) 10/08/01 Show on Childhood, Terrorism and War; Interview with Marc Schulz: Many children have … play dates and are under pressure to succeed academically. Children also have to deal with the impact of violence in their schools and neighborhoods, and more recently, with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on America. Dr. Dan Gottlieb and his guests discuss childhood and how children deal with trauma.

Research at the Nexus of Clinical and Developmental Psychology: It's not surprising that the media have been devoting attention to the Bryn Mawr Family Research Center. Director Marc Schulz's goal is one that resonates with many people: gleaning insights that can help make marriages happier and children emotionally healthier.