ALUMNI 

MARIA KRYZA-LACOMBE, M.A.

Masters Thesis Title: Hedonia and Eudaimonia: Associations with Academic Success, Wellbeing, and Neuropsychological Functioning.

ELISE TANZINI M.S.

Masters Thesis Title: Health, Wellbeing and Academic Achievement among Urban College Students.

NACIMA CHEN, B.A

Honors Thesis Title: Does Anxiety Moderate the Relation between Acute Moderate-Intensity Exercise and Working Memory?

LEO SALCEDO, B.S

Honors Thesis Title: Does Socioeconomic Status (SES) Moderate the Relation between Acute Exercise and Cognition?

JENNA BENNETT, M.A.

Thesis Title: Do Preschoolers’ Neuropsychological Functioning and Hyperactivity/Inattention Predict Social Functioning Trajectories through Childhood?

ELAINE JOHNSON, B.A.

Honors Thesis Title: Overweight/Obesity Among Young Adults With ADHD 

ELIAS COLLADO, B.A.

JOHN ABADEER, B.A.

Honors Thesis Title: Does Executive Functioning Moderate the Relation between Fathers’ ADHD Severity and Parenting Stress?