Tag Archives: researchMarch 27, 2012
Research Intern Ms. Samantha Toale alongside Dr. Brunner submitted an abstract entitled “Factors Correlated with Moral Resilience in Youths at Risk of Criminality” to the Prevention in Counseling Psychology: Theory, Research, Practice Journal which is the quarterly journal for the … Continue reading
One of Dr. Brunner research interns, Ms. Samantha Toale, BS, presented a research poster entitled “Advanced Assessment of Anger Dynamics that Affect Relationships between Bullies and Victims”, at the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts Arizona Division Conference, held in … Continue reading
Ms. Samantha Toale, BS, a research intern working with Dr. Brunner, presented a poster entitled “Advanced Assessment of Anger Dynamics that Affect Relationships Between Bullies and Victims” at the International Association for Relationship Research – Health, Emotions, and Relationships Mini-Conference, … Continue reading
Ms. Samantha Toale, BS, presented a research poster entitled “Factors Correlated with Moral Resilience in Youths at Risk of Criminality” at the American Psychology Association Annual Conference Division 17 Positive Psychology Poster Session, held in Washington D.C. in August 2011. … Continue reading
Ms. Erin B. Katz was accepted as a Graduate Student Research/Teaching Assistant at the University of Washington’s Norris & Dorothy Haring Center for Applied Research & Training in Education Experimental Education Unit. Congratulations Ms. Katz!
Dr. Brunner, and his research team, including Ms. Samantha Toale, had a poster submisssion entitled “Advanced Anger Assessment Using the STAXI-2 C/A to Identify Anger Profiles” accepted for presentation at the Society for Child Research Development’s 2011 Biennial Meeting in … Continue reading