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Faculty member and alumna co-author journal paper

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Department of Psychology Distinguished Teaching Professor Andrea Zevenbergen and Nicole Battaglia, a 2019 Fredonia graduate, are co-authors on a peer-reviewed manuscript to be published in a forthcoming issue of Children and Libraries, a journal of the American Library Association.

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Zevenbergen appears on Reach Out and Read podcast

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SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor Andrea Zevenbergen was a guest on a Reach Out and Read podcast, “The Secret to Reading with Young Children.” During the March 4 episode, Dr. Zevenbergen, of the Department of Psychology, discussed dialogic reading, an empirically-supported shared reading intervention.

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Klonsky presents at sport psychology conference

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Dr. Bruce Klonsky of the Department of Psychology recently presented at the Association for Applied Sport Psychology's 35th Annual Conference, held virtually in October.

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Homecoming a virtual event this weekend

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Homecoming 2020, organized by the Office of Alumni Affairs, will include several virtual programs in lieu of in-person events on Oct. 15 and 16.

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‘Life Clubs’ being hosted by psychology students

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Students in the Department of Psychology are hosting "Life Clubs," described as small groups of students getting to know each other and supporting one another during the semester.

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Student honors organization to offer graduate school information

Roger Coda

The Psi Chi Honor Society in Psychology will host two virtual events in October, a Psychology Graduate School Fair and an information night on applying to graduate school. The second event focuses on psychology programs, but anyone is welcome to participate.

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McFall joins Emerging Adulthood journal editorial team

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Department of Psychology Associate Professor Joseph McFall has been appointed an assistant editor of Emerging Adulthood, an interdisciplinary and international journal that publishes original empirical research and theoretical and methodological contributions on the developmental period from the late teens to the 20s.

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