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Center for Children & Families


Pooh Bear painting on wallThe FSU Center for Children and Families is a research and service facility within the department. The Center is co-directed by Dr. Megan E. Bradley, applied developmental psychologist, and Dr. Jason H. Edwards, clinical child and family psychologist.

The purpose of the center is to promote education, research, and community service in the area of child and family psychology.

There are 3 rooms devoted to the center: Two rooms with one-way mirrors and video/audio taping capabilities and a third room for observation and housing of the equipment. In addition, the center will be used in conjunction with the Child and Family Psychology Certificate Program.

For more information, contact Dr. Megan E. Bradley or Dr. Jason H. Edwards.


Images of research with Dr. Edwards related to the Center


Images of research with Dr. Edwards related to the Center


More Center Pictures
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Chair donated by alumnus
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Room before Painting
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Room undergoing painting
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Grad Student Cherie
painting mural