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Congratulations to Nicole Barroso on receiving the prestigious NIH National Research Service Award (F31).

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Congratulations to Dr. Garcia on receiving the Worlds Ahead Award!

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Congratulations to Nicole Barroso for being named a winner of the Florida International Graduate Scholarly Forum for her presentation of a meta-analysis on parenting stress and child behavior problems.

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Summary: Congratulations to Francisco "Giovanni" Ramos for receiving the prestigious Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaurate Achievement Program! Giovanni will be pursuing this summer in the Early Childhood Behavior Lab as part of this fellowship.

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Congratulations to Nely Garcia, who won the Division 54 Student Paper award at the 2015 American Psychological Association Convention for her talk entitled, "Family-Centered Intervention for Behavior Problems in Young Children with Traumatic Brain Injury. Way to go, Nely!!

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Congratulations to Gabbi Hungerford and Nely Garcia for successfully matching at prestigious clinical psychology internship sites to complete their doctoral training. Gabbi will be attending Kennedy Krieger Institute at Johns Hopkins University, and Nely will be attending the University of Florida Health Science Center. Congratulations Gabbi and Nely, and best of luck to you both in this next stage of your careers!!

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Nicole Barroso had her first-authored manuscript, "The effect of preterm birth on infant negative affect and maternal postpartum depressive symptoms: A preliminary examination in an underrepresented minority sample," accepted for publication in Infant Behavior and Development. Congratulations Nicole!

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Nely Garcia had her first-authored manuscript, "Language production in children with and at risk for delay: Mediating role of parenting skills," accepted for publication in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. Congratulations Nely!

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Gabbi Rodríguez had her first-authored manuscript, "Parent training for children born premature: The moderating role of emotion regulation," accepted for publication in Child Psychiatry and Human Development. Congratulations Gabbi!

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Gabbi Rodríguez will be spending the Fall 2012 semester in Washington, DC as a fellow in the National Academies Christine Mirzayan Science & Technology Policy Graduate Fellowship Program.

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