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    The Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology is located at the Yeshiva University Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus, Louis E. and Dora Rousso Building, 1165 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461; 718.430.3850.

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    Main Psychology Office: 718.430.3850
    Dean’s Office: 718.430.3941
    Ferkauf Registrar Office: 718.430.3943
    Parnes Psychological Clinic: 718.430.3852
    Ferkauf Admissions Office: 718.430.3820
    Alumni Coordinator: 212.960.5373

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    Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology Staff Directory
  • Dean's Office

    goering 

    Patricia Goering
    goering@yu.edu
    718.430.3941

    Registrar's Office

    englert 

    Jeannine Englert, Assistant Registar
    718.430.3943
    Englert@yu.edu 


    brocking 

    Orey Brockington
    718.430.3943
    brocking@yu.edu 

    Admissions Office

    augusta

    Edna Augusta, Director
    718.430.3820
    augusta@yu.edu

    Psychology Main Office

    korik 

    Enna Korik
    718.430.3944
    korik@yu.edu 


    murphy 

    Carolyn Murphy
    718.430.3850
    murphy@yu.edu 


    basnight 

    Dawn Basnight
    718.430.6344
    basnight@yu.edu

    Parnes Psychology Training Clinic

    gotay 

    Marilyn Gotay
    718.430.3852
    gotay@yu.edu 

  • In Loving Memory

    AnisfeldRemembering Dr. Moshe Anisfeld. 

    It is appropriate that I compose memories of Dr. Moshe Anisfeld, of blessed memory, whose second yarhzeit just passed, on the anniversary of the day that I defended my doctoral dissertation from Ferkauf.   Dr. Moshe Anisfeld was the mentor for my dissertation committee and was supportive throughout the process, although he demanded high standards.  He was a truth seeker and showed a value and respect for research, as it was his belief that it enhanced all of Ferkauf's programs, whether they were research or clinically oriented.  As chairman of the Developmental Psychology program, Moshe instilled in his students the necessary skills required to approach psychological research in a critical and sophisticated manner.  He would not accept research results at face value and was not afraid to disagree with the popular trend.

    In addition, Moshe respected his students and took a personal interest in their lives.  He was a modest man, despite his accomplishments.  As his students progressed through the program and became research assistants as part of a Federal grant that he obtained to study neonatal imitation, Moshe insisted that they call him by his first name.  In fact, the Torah attributes the qualities of truth and humility to the Biblical Moshe.  Dr. Moshe Anisfeld demonstrated the both of these characteristics of his namesake.

    One of Moshe's primary areas of research interest was in the development of language and how it relates to thought, as the publication of his book, Language Development from Birth to Three reflected.  Thus, it is fitting to initiate a memorial lecture series in his memory that upholds the level of scholarship and sophistication that Moshe valued.  We are in the process of developing such a program, and would like your support, etc...       

     

     

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