Antioch Represented at APA Annual Convention

Faculty member Lorraine Mangione, PhD, alumna Donna DiCello, PsyD (Antioch, 1996), and students Megan Lyons and Kate Evarts presented at the following symposium at the American Psychological Association’s Annual Convention in Toronto, August 6-9: Stereotypes and Real Life: Narratives of Father-Daughter Relationships by Italian American Women.   Dr. Mangione presented on Stereotypes, Oppression, and Italian Americans: A Brief Framework; Dr. DiCello and Kate Evarts presented on Italian American Daughters Describe Fathers: “He’s not typical!”; and Megan Lyons presented on Foundational Elements of Italian American Father/Daughter Relationships: The Daughters’ Perspective.

Kate Evarts met psychology great Philip Zimbardo shortly before presenting at her first APA conference!

Philip Zimbardo and Kate Evarts


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