Dr. Colombo's research interests are in the developmental cognitive neuroscience of attention and learning, with a special focus on early individual differences in these areas and how they relate to the typical and atypical development of cognitive and intellectual function.
Dr. Cushing's research is concerned with the promotion and maintenance of behaviors that advance the physical and psychological health and wellbeing of children and youths.
Dr. Follmer Greenhoot's research focuses on cognitive development with a special focus on memory development. Primarily, how children and adults come to remember both good and bad experiences in their lives, and how these memories are related to well-being.
Ph.D., 1995, Duke University
Dr. Ilardi's research focuses on the etiology and treatment of depression. Over the past decade his clinical research team has worked to develop the Therapeutic Lifestyle Change (TLC) treatment protocol based on several modifiable lifestyle factors (e.g., physical activity, omega-3 intake, light exposure, social connection) with demonstrated antidepressent benefit.
Dr. Kirk is a clinical faculty member and administrator. She directs all practicum activity, supervises, and facilitates clinical training opportunities. She also teaches graduate courses and provides professional development mentorship to students.
Dr. Mosconi's research examines sensorimotor and brain development in children with Autism Spectrum and related neurodevelopmental disorders including Fragile X Syndrome.
Dr. Roberts' research interests focus on general issues in clinical child and pediatric psychology, psychotherapeutic outcomes, program evaluation, and professional issues. Previously Roberts' work has focused on prevention, especially injury control.
Dr. Steele serves as the Director of the Clinical Child Psychology Program. His research is concerned with the promotion of physical and mental health in children and youth.