• Jiabin Shen, PhD

(Closed) Accepting applications: APPS Ph.D. Program @UMass Lowell

Updated: Apr 24, 2021

The UMass Lowell Ph.D. program in Applied Psychology & Prevention Science (APPS) is currently accepting applications for Fall 2021 admission until January 15, 2021. GRE is waived for this cycle. See detailed application information here:

In addition to my lab, the following faculty members are also actively seeking new doctoral students to join their labs in Fall 2021:

1) Stephanie Block, PhD: Child maltreatment; children’s eyewitness memory; delayed disclosure of abuse; prosecutorial decisions in child sex abuse cases; children in the legal system

2) Meg Bond, PhD: Community psychology; gender & sexual harassment; organizational diversity; gender and racial microaggressions; qualities of settings that support diversity

3) Urmitapa Dutta, Ph.D.: Community psychology; everyday violence; citizenship; decolonial and decolonizing approaches; community-based participatory & action research

4) Larissa Gaias, PhD: Educational equity; anti-bias interventions; school mental health; social-emotional and behavioral development; prevention and implementation science; community partnerships

5) Lisa Geraci, PhD: Memory, Metacognition; memory and aging; self-perceptions and aging

6) Ashleigh Hillier, PhD: Autism spectrum disorder; adult outcomes; employment; college; mentoring

7) Ivy Ho, PhD: Health psychology; health disparities; women’s health; intersectional feminism; Asian American psychology

8) Jason Lawrence, PhD: Educational inequities; achievement motivation; stereotyping and prejudice; well-being; social psychology

9) Samantha Miadich, PhD: Health psychology; pediatric chronic conditions; asthma; sleep; risk and resilience

10) Jana Sladkova, PhD: Narrative psychology; migration issues; unauthorized migration; diversity & inclusion in higher education

11) Yan Wang, PhD: quantitative psychology; structural equation modeling; multilevel modeling; finite mixture modeling; individual differences

12) Miko Wilford, PhD: Psychology and law; false guilty pleas; eyewitness memory; psychology and education; and decision making

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