CDPP students are actively engaged in research throughout the program. All CDPP students are required to complete predissertation and dissertation research projects. Faculty members run research groups that meet regularly and provide support and collegiality for ongoing research.
The CDPP runs a weekly Research Brown Bag lunch, held on Wednesdays, for students and faculty. Students present their research at different stages of development. The Research Brown Bag gives students a chance to see what their fellow students are working on, enables them to get feedback about their own research, and gives them an opportunity to make constructive suggestions about the research of others in an informal and collaborative context.
- The Effect of Mindfulness on Racial Stereotype Activation &Aapplication/ Carmelinda Mann 2012
- THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG STYLES OF MINDFULNESS
ENGAGEMENT, COMPONENTS OF EMOTION REGULATION,
AND HEART RATE VARIABILITY/ Heejin Kim 2011
- Dyadic Emotion Processes in the Prediction of Intimate Partner Violence/ Sarah Marvin 2011
- Acculturation and Relational Family Values in Korean Immigrants/ Soo Hyun Sung 2011
- An Ecological Perspective on Theory of Mind: The Development of Understanding Other Minds Within the Context of Adverse Childhood Experiences/ Megan Austin Pashley 2010
- Cross-Informant Agreement between parents and Adolescent in 20 Cultures/ Sofia Artom -Ginzburg 2009
- "What do lots of kids like?": How the Understanding of Normative Preferences Affects Desire-Based Reasoning in Preschool Children/ Julie James 2009
- The effect of race in therapy/ Elizabeth May 2009
- Pre-Exposure and Recovery in Activity-Based Anorexia/ Yevgeniya Ratnovsky 2009
- Preschoolers' Use of Personality Traits to Predict Behavior/ Mary Riggio 2009
- An Investigation of the Predictive Validity of Kindergarten Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills to the Third Grade Pennsylvania System of School Assessment/ Danielle Davis Trucksess 2009