|With the support of the Minority International Research (MIRT) program, several undergraduate and graduate psychology students spent the summer doing research in Jamaica. The work consisted of interviewing school children referred by either the teachers or the parents and writing reports with diagnoses and recommendations based on the interviews. Here are just a few of the pictures from this summer.|
Getting to the school is sometimes the most difficult part of the day.
Here is one of the roads, taken from the front of the car.
Unfortunately, roads in Jamaica don't always go everywhere you want to
go -- in which case we followed the children on foot.
Like anywhere else, there are all types of schools in Jamaica.
Some are very modest -- just the bare necessities (if that)...
...while others are lavish. However, the children are typically
very well mannered, regardless of the school.
Once in the school, it's time to get to work.
Here, Stan Hannah gets ready for the first interview.
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