Editorial Staff

 Editors-in-Chief

Greg   

Gregory Farber, B.S., is a third year deaf Clinical Psychology Pre-Doctoral student at Gallaudet University. Previously, Greg attended Rochester Institute of Technology where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology. His own experiences of deafness and his observation of frustrations and struggles of his deaf peers led him to become fascinated with impact of life experiences on one's development and with psychology in general. Greg knew there is no better place to pursue his dream than Gallaudet University, the cultural mecca for the Deaf community. He remains true to his first psychological interest and his research interests are still closely related with areas of D/deafness, development of D/deaf individuals, and the Deaf community. In the future, Greg hopes to become a Clinical Psychologist serving Deaf community and a professor of psychology. He also hopes to specialize in Developmental Neuropsychology. While in Gallaudet, Greg noticed that the majority of studies and research that his fellow students conduct remain unknown. This observation brought him to the idea of reactivation of the Gallaudet Chronicles of Psychology, a journal where Gallaudet students could publish their findings. As a co-Editor, Greg has two goals - promoting psychological research related to disability and deafness and helping his fellow graduate students to share their works with the rest of the D/deaf community.

 

Popp    Garry Wright, M.A.      

Faculty Editorial Supervisor

Lori   

Dr. Lori Day received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Gallaudet University. She completed her internship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas; and she completed her post-doctoral training in Pediatric Neuropsychology at The Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins Medical School. She has been an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program since 2012 where her responsibilities include teaching, research, supervision, and mentoring of graduate students. Her current research interests include: adapting Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) to be accessible for deaf individuals, adapting psychological measures for deaf individuals, and developing a technology based literacy program for deaf students. Dr. Day is a peer reviewer for The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. Her most recent publications have included articles in the Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education and Rehabilitation Psychology. She has also presented her research at local, national, and international conferences. She is committed to involving graduate students in all aspects of the research process, including publication and dissemination of findings.


 

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