Gloria Luong has been chosen the James McKeen Cattell Award

June 05, 2013

The James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award is a distinction of the Association for Psychological Science, which has been awarded since 1992.

Gloria Luong’s dissertation “The Role of Goals and Emotion Regulation: Age Differences in Affective Responses to a Negative Social Interaction” has been chosen as a recipient of the 2012-2013 James McKeen Cattell Award for an outstanding Dissertation in Psychology from the New York Academy of Sciences.

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