Liew named Associate Dean for Research-
Liew’s time at Texas A&M began in 2005 as assistant professor in EPSY. He was promoted to professor in 2015.2
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The role of parents in a child’s obesity risk-
Dr. Jeffrey Liew, professor in the Department of Educational Psychology, and Dr. Ledric Sherman, assistant professor in the Department of Health and Kinesiology, have both looked into the role of parents in their children’s dietary practices.
Disaster recovery two years after Hurricane Harvey-
As school districts across Texas seek to respond to growing changes in their communities, they are also facing concerns when it comes to communication between parents and teachers.
Grief And Children In The Classroom-
It has been described as the most traumatic thing that can happen in a child’s life. One out of every 20 children aged 15 and younger will suffer the loss of one or both parents. 1.5 million children are living in a single-parent household because of the death of a parent.
Obesity: Not Just A Lifestyle Problem-
It is something we see on an almost daily basis. Someone being shamed for their weight, called lazy and told they need to change their lifestyle.
Fighting Test Anxiety In The Classroom-
With final exams and more STAAR testing happening over the next few weeks, anxiety among students at every level is extremely high.
Becoming A Leader In Sleep Quality Research-
Many of us consider sleep a basic process – something we all have to do. However, the impact it has on our high-level functioning proves it is far more than that. Research happening in the NLD is focused on making the college a leader in the sleep quality field by examining sleep’s full impact.
EPSY Professor Encourages Career Exploration Through YAP-
It’s one of Dr. Robert Woodward’s greatest accomplishments – seeing students from the Youth Adventure Program (YAP) continuing their education on the Texas A&M campus.
Faculty Discuss Impact Of Technology On Children’s Development-
For children in today’s society, technologies like smartphones and tablets are commonplace. In fact, children rely on technology for the majority of their play, spending up to eight hours each day with some sort of entertainment technology. The problem is, there is very little research on what impact those technologies have on children’s development.
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