Research

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.

Recent Dissertations

 

Young Children’s Perceptions of Morally Relevant Behavior in Adults and Children/Sarah Ashley Teague Duda 2013