Check out this unique research by Drs. Keith Warren and Nathan Doogan (PhD ’14) in the article “Use your words: Written prisoner interactions predict whether they’ll clean up their acts. Residents in peer-driven rehab less likely to reoffend when word choices change.”
New York Magazine also wrote the story “When Ex-cons Change Their Vocabulary, They Stay Out of Jail” on its Science of Us website.
For more information on Warren, click here.
For more information on Doogan, click here.
Congratulations to PhD student Samantha Bates who has been accepted to serve on the 2016-17 Society for Social Work Research Doctoral Student Task Force.
The Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR) Doctoral Student Task force was created to ensure that doctoral students’ needs, interests, and priorities are accurately reflected in SSWR doctoral student programming. The task force reflects the diversity of social work doctoral students, their research areas, and their institutions.
For more information about Bates, click here.