2009: Madison Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals.
2008: Faculty Advisor for First Place Research Poster.
2006: National Register Early Career Psychologist Credentialing Scholarship, toward becoming credentialed as a National Register Health Service Provider in Psychology.
2005: Phi Delta Kappa Rita J. Wolotkiewicz Award, presented by the Graduate School to a doctoral recipient in education in recognition of outstanding professional achievement.
2004: Polishook Tribute Fund recipient, for professional conference attendance.
1999-2003: Full Tuition Scholarship, Temple University, College of Education.
2002: Pennsylvania Psychological Foundation's Education Award, Pennsylvania Psychological Association, Harrisburg, PA.
2001: Marlene Smigel Korn Humanitarian Award, awarded to the graduate assistant judged to make the greatest humanitarian contribution in the areas of teaching, scholarship or service, Temple University, College of Eduation.
1991: Elnetta G. Jones Scholarship for graduate studies, Shippensburg University.
1988: Ruth Keith Scholarship for undergraduate studies, Council Rock High School.
Fox News Music may help people with epilepsy
Toronto Star New research suggests music may help prevent epileptic seizures
Huffington Post Music Therapy May Hold Promise For Treating Epilepsy
Can listening to Mozart help prevent seizures?
Science Daily Can Music Help People with Epilepsy
WebMD Music Therapy Might Help People With Epilepsy
All Sides with Ann Fisher (February10, 2015) US Foreign Policy Options in Ukraine– Audience Contributor.
Columbus Dispatch (April 6, 2014). Local Protest Backs Ukraine in Crisis Over
Gabriel’s Trumpet Catholic Radio AM 820. (March 31, 2014). Interviewee about
Ukraine and Ukraine awareness events in Columbus, OH.
The Lantern (February 20, 2014). Ohio State Students, Professors Prepare to Protest Violence in Ukraine.
Nature (2011). Top status doesn’t linger: Nobel laureates' post-Nobel-winning work
earns no more acceptance than their earliest ideas. Nature, 476, 478.
Winnerman, L. (2006). Summertime statistics: Psychologists at APA’s newest Advanced
Training Institute learned to use nonlinear methods to analyze data. Monitor of Psychology, 37, 22-23.
Martin, L. (August, 2006). Making it Through the Morning. The Advocate.
July (2003). Audience Guest. NPR’s Program: Justice Talking, Taped at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. Duties: Represented Temple University as an adjunct instructor with ECH ED 324 class and participated as an audience member in the taping of this radio program debating Video Game Violence. Host: Margot Adler.
SELECTED ELECTRONIC PRESS RELEASES
The Scientist http://the-scientist.com/2011/08/09/the-nobel-curse/
Science News Daily http://www.sciencenewsdaily.org/sci-other-news/cluster109011560/
Ohio State University Research News http://researchnews.osu.edu/archive/nobellaureates.htm
Weekly Science and Technical Report http://www.scitechreport.com/cluster4858700/
Physics News http://www.physnews.com/physics-news/cluster174648180/
Newstrack India http://www.newstrackindia.com/newsdetails/234135
Yahoo News India http://in.news.yahoo.com/even-nobel-prize-winning-ideas-long-time-accepted-071337157.html
One Pakistan News http://www.onepakistan.com/news/science/115076-even-nobel-prize-winning-ideas-take-a-long-time-to-get-accepted-finds-study.html
The news appeared in Dutch: http://www.express.be/business/nl/economy/nobelprijs-geen-weg-naar-eeuwige-wetenschappelijke-roem/150484.htm
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