The Psychology Department at California State University, Northridge has long been considered to be outstanding. In fact, a recent report from the National Science Foundation confirmed that more graduates of our department completed Ph.D. programs than graduates from any other non-Ph.D. granting university in the country.
Congratulations to Bernardo Martinez (lead presenter) and his co-authors (Karina Barragan, Amanda Thwaits, Nayila Deveaux and Jean Pauline Serrano) on receiving an award at the Society for Research in Child Development’s 2021 Virtual Biennial Meeting for “best reflecting research on ethnic and racial issues”. Read more
Daniel Saravia has been awarded the prestigious American Psychology- Law Society BRIDGE Diversity Research Award for his project titled, “Suspect Apologies in Child Abuse Pretext Calls as Admissions of Guilt: The Moderating Effects of Attributions and Acculturation.” Read more