Maury Nation, Ph.D.

M.Ed. Program

Associate Professor

Associate Professor, Department of Human and Organizational Development

Maury Nation’s clinical research focuses on understanding and preventing violence and bullying among school-aged children. His specific interests are bully and victim typologies and the short- and long-term consequences of peer harassment. His community research is focused on understanding community and neighborhood qualities/characteristics that promote positive health and mental health outcomes.

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