Dr. Christodoulou was recently awarded a NIH fellowship to investigate novel interventions serving at-risk youth and their families locally and globally.
Constantly being introduced to new environments, new cultures, and new people instilled in Joan a deep respect and curiosity for the human condition. Joan Christodoulou is the author of several publications focused on human development from the earliest days of life including “Overt and Covert Attention in Infants Revealed Using Steady-State Visually Evoked Potentials” (Christodoulou, Leland, Moore, 2018), Babies & Math: A Meta-analysis of the Wynn effect (Christodoulou, Lac, & Moore, 2017), “Mood Induction and Memory in Young Children” (Christodoulou & Burke, 2016), and “Seeing double: 5-Month-Olds’ mental rotation of dynamic, 3D block stimuli presented on dual monitors” (Christodoulou, Johnson, Moore, & Moore, 2016). Dr. Christodoulou was also recently awarded a NIH fellowship to investigate novel interventions serving at-risk youth and their families locally and globally.
Dr. Christodoulou holds a PhD in Psychology from Claremont Graduate University. She also earned a Master of Philosophy in Social & Developmental Psychology at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. Dr. Christodoulou teaches a range of courses in Psychology at Colburn Music Conservatory.