Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS) Participant Earns Employee of the Semester
Jordan Hines, a participant in the Supporting Community Access through Leisure and Employment (SCALE) program, was awarded Employee of the Semester at the Cook/Douglass Recreation Center on Thursday, February 6th. SCALE is a unit within the Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services (RCAAS) that... read more
Dean Conway leads efforts for augmenting social responsiveness at NCSPP Mid-Winter Conference
Newswise — On Monday, January 20th, Dr. Francine Conway, Dean and Distinguished Professor for Rutgers University, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology (GSAPP) and President of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology (NCSPP) will host psychology... read more
Dr. Timothy Cleary Receives the Barry J. Zimmerman Award for Outstanding Contributions from the American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Dr. Timothy Cleary, Chair of Department of School Psychology and Associate Professor at GSAPP, received the Barry J. Zimmerman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the fields of studying and self-regulated learning research. Dr. Cleary will be officially recognized at the ... read more
Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies Co-Sponsors and Leads Panel at the Center for Great Expectations Trauma Conference
Recently, The Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) co-sponsored the 3rd Annual Center for Great Expectations Trauma at the Core conference. The conference, which focused on applying trauma-informed care in mental health and substance abuse treatment, included a panel of CAS and... read more
Dr. Linda Reddy Attends APA's Meeting for a Newly Created Task Force

APA has brought together five scholars and the leadership of the National Education Association (NEA), American Federation for Teachers (AFT), and Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) to launch a Task Force focused on addressing violence against educators in American... read more

Dr. Denise Hien Speaks with Dr. Anne Wagner on the intersection between PTSD and substance abuse at ISTSS 2019

At the 2019 International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) 35th Annual Meeting in Boston, Dr. Denise Hien, GSAPP Professor and Director of Rutgers Center of Alcohol &... read more

Dr. Kate Fiske Invited to Present at the Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis Conference

On Saturday, November 16, Dr. Kate Fiske, Clinical Associate Professor at GSAPP and Associate Director of Academic Training and Family Support Services at the DDDC, was invited to present at the ... read more

Dr. Vanessa Bal Leads Development of New Assessment for Minimally Verbal Adults with ASD

Dr. Vanessa Bal, The Karmazin And Lillard Chair In Adult Autism and GSAPP Associate Professor, recently published the initial validation study for an adaptation of the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule, a diagnostic tool commonly... read more

Dr. Shireen Rizvi receives funding from the Charles and Johanna Busch Biomedical Grant Program for DBT-RU study

Shireen Rizvi, Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, has received approximately $40,000 from Rutgers' Charles and Johanna Busch Biomedical... read more

Dr. Nicole Cain awarded a research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health

Dr. Nicole Cain has been awarded a multi-site research grant in the amount of $398,981 from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) for her project titled "Influence of Daily Disruptions in Sleep and Self-Regulation on Proximal... read more

GSAPP Student Eleanore Hall and GSAPP Faculty Jeff Shahidullah highlight the need to target mental health needs of low-SES NICU families

GSAPP student Eleanore Hall and GSAPP assistant professor Jeffrey Shahidullah published a paper in the Journal of Perinatology discussing the need to strategically target low Socioeconomic Status Mothers (SES) Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) families to address mental health concerns. Given... read more

Dr. Vanessa Bal Publishes A New Study In The Journal Of Child Psychology And Psychiatry

Dr. Vanessa Bal, Karmazin and Lillard Chair in Adult Autism and GSAPP associate professor, recently had an exciting study "Predictors of longer‐term development of expressive language in two independent longitudinal cohorts of language‐... read more

Autism and the Family: Understanding and Supporting Parents and Siblings by Dr. Kate Fiske

About the Book 

The reverberations of autism spectrum disorders among parents and siblings can be complex. Parents may grapple with the impact of their child's initial diagnosis, wrestle with the tension between their professional ambitions and family obligations, and... read more

The Self-Regulated Learning Guide: Teaching Students to Think in the Language of Strategies

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The Self-Regulated Learning Guide introduces K-12 teachers to the basics of self-regulation. Highly practical and supported by cutting-edge research, this book offers a variety of techniques for seamlessly infusing self-regulated learning principles into... read more

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Alum Chris Kotsen Coauthors Article Published in CHEST Journal
Alum Chris Kotsen (Clinical PsyD ‘94) has coauthored an article, “Use of Expired Air Carbon Monoxide Testing in Clinical Tobacco Treatment Settings,” published in CHEST Journal, the official publication of the American College of Chest Physicians. Carbon monoxide (CO) testing is considered an easy... read more
Alum Roy Aranda Publishes Article on Microaggressions and Hispanics
Alum Roy Aranda (’82) has published an article, “Microaggressions and Hispanics: Far Reaching Consequences of Marginalizing Statements and Attitudes,” in the fall 2017 issue of NYS Psychologist. For the more than 55 million Hispanics living in the United States today, microaggressions can have... read more
Alum Jeff Brand recently published an article
Alum Jeff Brand [Clinical PsyD ’15) recently published an article in the journal GROUP entitled, "Politics, Projection, and Fake News" (Vol. 41, No. 3, pg 213-227).  In it, he offers a perspective on how psychodynamic theory and group principles can be used to explain our current hyper-... read more