WHAT'S NEW IN THE LAB?

December 11, 2018

The ADJust Lab celebrated the end of the fall semester in style by successfully escaping a holiday-themed escape room. We are wishing all of you a restful and enjoyable winter break!

November 12, 2018

The American Society of Criminology is holding its annual conference this week in Atlanta. Come check out the work that ADJust lab members are doing, and make sure to say hi! Follow Dr. Cavanagh on Twitter to keep up with other juvenile justice and adolescent developme...

October 7, 2018

Second year doctoral student MK Kitzmiller and Dr. Cavanagh presented their research in Santiago, Chile at the International Community Psychology Conference. It was a great opportunity to learn from researchers and community partners from around the world about the exc...

September 8, 2018

The ADJust lab doctoral students completed a 5k to celebrate the beginning of the academic year! We look forward to a happy, healthy, productive year ahead. Welcome back to school!

September 7, 2018

Dr. Cavanagh, Dr. April Thomas, and Dr. Jennifer Eno Louden were awarded a collaborative grant from the National Science Foundation and the Visionary Grant from the American Psychological Foundation in support of their new research project, "Adolescent Social Developme...

August 1, 2018

Congratulations are in order for graduate student Erica, who successfully defended her Masters Thesis, "Examining the maturity gap: Youth self-perceived physical development and delinquency." Her research found that youth who perceived themselves to be more mature than...

July 11, 2018

Check out the press release of Dr. Cavanagh's latest article, in conjunction with Alissa Mahler and Elizabeth Cauffman of UCI.

The study finds that mothers' aspirations for their sons' futures are uniformly high, even after an arrest. However, what mothers expect to be...

June 10, 2018

Check out Dr. Cavanagh's new article, How Does Juvenile Offending Relate to Mothers' Aspirations and Expectations for Their Sons?, in the Journal of Research on Adolescence. This study suggests that, as boys continued to engage in delinquency after their first arrest,...

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