Fielding Graduate University

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Media Psychology Programs

Fielding’s Media Psychology programs enable students to enter at their qualification, readiness and goal levels. The PhD in Media Psychology program provides a research-based program that informs practice in an evolving field of study. The Masters of Arts in Media Psychology is 100% online, applies psychological science to media and technology landscapes. The 3-course Certificate in Media Psychology program is also 100% online, and offers emphases in Media Neuroscience and Brand Psychology & Audience Engagement.

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Frank Farley, Ph.D, is Carnell Chaired Professor of Psychological Studies in Education, Temple University. Born/raised in Alberta, Canada, he received two degrees University of Saskatchewan, and a Ph.D in psychology, Institute of Psychiatry, University of London, UK, after which he emigrated to America. Prior to Temple he was professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, visiting professor University of California-Berkeley, visiting scholar Stanford University. He is former President of American Psychological Association and its Division 46 (Society for Media Psychology and Technology). He is widely sought by the media with 50-100 engagements per year, such as CNN, New York Times, Washington Post, etc. SYMPOSIUM SESSION School Psychology Through Technology: Reimagining the Role of School Psychologists After COVID-19...

Stephanie Joseph, MA, MEd is a 2nd year School Psychology PhD student at Temple University. She received her Bachelor’s from NYU and her Master’s in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University, where she completed her thesis on the implications of racial and gendered stereotypes on Black women’s identity development. Ms. Joseph’s research interests include examining racial and gender identity development of Black women and girls, as well as developing and evaluating culturally sensitive assessments and interventions for marginalized/underrepresented communities. Additionally, Ms. Joseph is the Co-chair for the Society for Media Psychology & Technology Student Committee (Division 46). SYMPOSIUM SESSION School Psychology Through Technology: Reimagining the Role of School Psychologists After COVID-19...

Stephanie Miodus, MA, MEd is a 2nd year PhD student in school psychology at Temple University, where she is a University Fellow. She received her BA in psychology from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and her MA in forensic psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2018. Her main research interest is the school to prison pipeline for children with autism and alternatives to harsh disciplinary practices in schools that push children out of classrooms and into the justice system. She is currently Co-Chair for the Society for Media Psychology & Technology Student Committee (APA Division 46). SYMPOSIUM SESSION School Psychology Through Technology: Reimagining the Role of School Psychologists After COVID-19...