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Jason Feldman

Jason Feldman is a fourth-year student in the Child-Clinical Psychology doctoral program. Broadly, he is interested in how the neurological and cognitive abnormalities associated with ADHD independently and interactively impact the social and emotional development of afflicted youth.  Jason received his undergraduate degree from New York University, where he studied Psychology with a concentration in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Studies. At the NYU Child Study Center, he worked with Dr. Richard Gallagher investigating the efficacy of using organization, time management, and planning skills as intervention targets for children with ADHD. Prior to coming to Penn State, Jason emphasized gene-environment correlations, peer relationships, and comorbid internalizing/externalizing behaviors as he further investigated ADHD etiology under the guidance of Dr. Steve Lee at UCLA.