The Human Development program is proud to announce the winners of the “2014 Article of the Year Award”, intended to highlight and recognize our HD students’ research accomplishments in their respective field of study.
The recipient of this year’s “Article of the Year Award”, is Amanda Saxe, a Ph.D. student supervised by Dr. Tara Flanagan. We would also like to acknowledge the work of Amy Shapiro, Ph.D. student, who is the recipient of an honorable mention award.
Human Development Speaker Series
The Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology presents:
Nancy Eisenberg, Ph.D.
Arizona State University
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The mission of the Human Development Program is to understand human development as characterized by different developmental trajectories both typical and atypical throughout the life-span. We seek to provide students with a strong foundational knowledge of typical human development as well as an appreciation of the diversity of developmental trajectories and recognition that children are characterized by diverse learning, social and emotional needs.
The PhD in Educational Psychology, Human Development specialization emphasizes the development of research skills and supports basic and applied research pertaining to all domains of educational psychology.
The program aims to develop graduates who demonstrate:
The aim of the MA in Educational Psychology - Human Development concentration (thesis) is to produce graduates who:
Welcome! This is the main source of information for current and future students of the Human Development program. For general information about the program, please read the program overview.