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Currently, the Berger Institute is leading two independent research projects. The first project (dubbed the “Work-Life” project) investigates the work-life goals and values of Millennials. The second project (dubbed the “Family-Children” project) investigates the family-child dynamics of Latino families. These projects are particularly relevant because they address not only the largest demographics entering the labor … Continue reading

Berger Students Win Psych Award!
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Berger Students Win Psych Award!

Each year, a division of the American Psychological Association holds a poster contest for entries with international content where students are first authors. One of our students, Victor Lopez ’17, along with Professor Kanaya and co-author Alicia Frausto ’17, presented his poster at this year’s Western Psychological Association conference in Las Vegas and WON first … Continue reading