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C. Cybele Raver

Deputy Provost; Professor of Applied Psychology

    1990 …2020

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    Research Interests

    Dr. Raver’s program of research focuses on early learning and development in the contexts of poverty and policy. She also examines the mechanisms that support children's cognitive and emotional outcomes in the context of early educational intervention. Dr. Raver and her research team currently conduct the CSRP, a federally-funded longitudinal study of the short- and long-term impacts of preschool intervention for low-income children in Chicago. Dr. Raver also serves as a co-investigator on several other large educational evaluation studies. Dr. Raver’s research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation as well as by private foundations such as the Spencer, McCormick-Tribune, and MacArthur Foundations. Her research has garnered several prestigious awards from organizations such as the American Psychological Association and the William T. Grant Foundation.

    External Affiliations

    In addition to her work at NYU, Dr. Raver regularly advises local and federal government agencies and foundations on promoting healthy development and learning among children from birth to 3rd grade. Dr. Raver also serves on the Board of Directors of the Spencer Foundation as well as on several other boards of community agencies and initiatives. Before joining the faculty of the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, Dr. Raver held faculty positions at University of Chicago's Harris School of Public Policy Studies and at Cornell University's Department of Human Development. Dr. Raver earned her Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Yale University.

    Administrative Roles

    Dr. C. Cybele Raver is the Vice Provost for Research and Faculty Affairs at NYU. Prior to joining the Provost’s Office, Dr. Raver served as inaugural director of NYU's Institute of Human Development and Social Change (IHDSC). As a behavioral social scientist trained in psychology and public policy, Raver played a key role in fostering interdisciplinary research at NYU through the IHDSC.

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    Research Output

    The Effects of Two Mindset Interventions on Low-Income Students’ Academic and Psychological Outcomes

    Gandhi, J., Watts, T. W., Masucci, M. D. & Raver, C. C., Apr 2 2020, In : Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness. 13, 2, p. 351-379 29 p.

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  • Beyond Income: Expanding our Empirical Toolkit to Better Predict Caregiver Well-Being

    The BTS Consortium PI’s, Mar 15 2019, In : Journal of Child and Family Studies. 28, 3, p. 753-764 12 p.

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  • Corticosterone administration targeting a hypo-reactive HPA axis rescues a socially-avoidant phenotype in scarcity-adversity reared rats

    Perry, R. E., Rincón-Cortés, M., Braren, S. H., Brandes-Aitken, A. N., Opendak, M., Pollonini, G., Chopra, D., Raver, C. C., Alberini, C. M., Blair, C. & Sullivan, R. M., Dec 2019, In : Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience. 40, 100716.

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  • Developing a neurobehavioral animal model of poverty: Drawing cross-species connections between environments of scarcity-adversity, parenting quality, and infant outcome

    Perry, R. E., Finegood, E. D., Braren, S. H., Dejoseph, M. L., Putrino, D. F., Wilson, D. A., Sullivan, R. M., Raver, C. C. & Blair, C., May 1 2019, In : Development and Psychopathology. 31, 2, p. 399-418 20 p.

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