OSWEGO – The Oswego Sunrise Rotary Club recently welcomed Matthew Dykas, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department at SUNY Oswego.
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Dr. Dykas is a research psychologist whose current research program focuses principally on understanding how children and adolescents cognitively represent their experiences in close social relationships and how this connects to the ways in which social information is processed and behavior towards others.
Dr. Dykas’ presentation focused primarily on parenting and attachment.