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Faculty Receive Summer Funding From ISCE


Several psychology faculty were awarded competititve funds for summer projects from the Institute for Society, Culture, and Environment (ISCE).

Brad White, in collaboration with Tom Ollendick and Robin Panneton, was awarded $20,000 to support proposal development related to research on eye-gaze interventions for children with elevated callous-unemotional traits.

Angela Scarpa and her team, including Martha Ann Bell, Julie Dunsmore, and Richard Ashley, were selected to receive the 2015 Summer Scholars In-Residence Program award. An award of $30,200 will support proposal development activities related to linking physiology with social reciprocity impairments in people with autism spectrum disorder.

Eileen Anderson-Bill is part of a team including Kathy Hosig and Ann Forburger who were awarded $19,277 to support proposal development related to research on improving health literacy and self-regulation of type 2 diabetes.