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Joshua C. Felver

Assistant Professor Psychology
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Research and Teaching Interests:

Dr. Felver’s research focuses on the development, implementation, and evaluation of mindfulness-based programming (MBP) in school and community settings. He is particularly interested in exploring mechanistic biomarkers of stress, and in examining health outcomes among diverse and at-risk populations. Please visit the Mind Body Laboratory website to learn more about Dr. Felver’s current research projects.

Dr. Felver is interested in teaching students to apply the scientific knowledge they gain “in the classroom” to their experiences “in the real world,” and, conversely, to let their life experiences guide their academic interests and future educational goals. This approach to teaching yields students who understand course material at a deep level and who think critically about their learning experiences. He is interested in teaching undergraduate courses broadly related to youth development and mindfulness. As the Director of Clinical in the School Psychology training program, he is interested in teaching graduate coursework in evidence-based practice to support children, adolescents, families, and school personnel.

Education:

Postdoctoral fellowship, Alpert Medical School of Brown University

Predoctoral internship, Harvard Medical School

Ph.D., University of Oregon

M.S., University of Oregon

B.A., University of Rochester