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Feng and Jalapa are inaugural HDFS Anderson Darling Award recipients

Qinglan Feng and Karina Jalapa were announced as the inaugural recipients of the Anderson Darling Award, which recognizes quality research among Human Development and Family Science doctoral students at Florida State. Feng and Jalapa are the first authors of papers presented at the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) Annual Meeting held in Minneapolis Nov. […]

Frank Fincham awarded $3.4M to establish psychological research on divine forgiveness

An eminent scholar in the Department of Human Development & Family Science has received a $3.4 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation to study the psychology of divine forgiveness or forgiveness from a higher power. “Divine forgiveness is a source of great comfort for people of faith,” said Frank Fincham, an FSU eminent scholar […]

FSU researcher receives NIH grant to investigate young adults with childhood histories of social withdrawal

This article originally appeared here. A Florida State University researcher is investigating how individuals who have a history of anxious withdrawal as children and adolescents fare with the pressures of early adulthood. Heidi Gazelle, an associate professor in the Department of Human Development and Family Science in the College of Health and Human Sciences, received […]

2022 Research Showcase Winners

On February 25, students from the departments of Nutrition & Integrative Physiology and Human Development & Family Science participated in the 2022 Research Showcase. The event spotlighted some of the most exciting research taking place at the College of Health and Human Sciences in two parts: the short oral presentation and the long oral presentation. […]