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Student Research Focus: Kirsten Black and Christian French bring multidisciplinary view to human trafficking study25th April 2016

By Steven Krolak (NEW ALBANY, Ind.)—Kirsten Black and Christian French, graduating Honors seniors at IU Southeast, were four years old when they first met, in a preschool in Sellerburg, Ind. At that age, some of the people they study have already become victims of human trafficking. Black and French, under the supervision of Dr. Sara …

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Student Research Focus: Paula Eddleman probes the science of mental health15th March 2016

By Steven Krolak Motivated. That’s the first impression one has upon meeting Paula Eddleman, a junior from Elizabeth, Ind. majoring in psychology and recipient of a 2015 IU Southeast student research fellowship. Motivated to learn, discover, succeed. And, fundamentally, motivated to care. Eddleman is currently assisting Dr. Rodney Roosevelt, professor of psychology, in the Integrated …

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IU Southeast psychology professor conducts research on Liberian child soldiers with PTSD12th February 2016

By Kristin Kennedy A former Liberian child soldier found he could no longer eat red meat or red sauce in public because it reminded him of when he was forced to eat other human beings’ arms and legs. Another Liberian was affected by seeing 400 children being buried alive by a bulldozer. These are just …

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Faculty Spotlight: Meghan Kahn9th February 2016

  Meghan Kahn Assistant Professor of Psychology School of Social Sciences   Biography Dr. Meghan Kahn is assistant professor of psychology in the School of Social Sciences at IU Southeast. She joined the faculty in 2009 from Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio, where she had already distinguished herself through research and teaching …

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