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Temple University Department of Psychology

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
www.temple.edu/psychology

Temple University Department of Psychology was awarded $14,202,500 between 1995 and 2017, including 9 grants in Criminal Justice and Juvenile Justice.

$172,500

2017 • 2 years • Criminal Justice

Temple University has been a Foundation research partner for nearly 20 years, including both the Research Networks on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice and on Law and Neuroscience. Since the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark 2005 decision cited adolescent development research abolishing the juvenile death penalty in Roper v. Simmons, neuroscience has increasingly made its way into the legal and public discourse concerning the appropriate treatment of juveniles and young adults in the justice system. This award supports a by-invitation-only national conference on criminal justice policy and practice that reflects on the past decade of justice system reform, explores the legal implications of current neuroscience research for young adults involved in the justice system, and lays the groundwork for changing the way courts and corrections process, sanction, and rehabilitate young adults who come into conflict with the law.

$735,000

2008 • 11 years, 6 months • Juvenile Justice

In support of research on racial and ethnic disparities as part of Models for Change: Systems Reform in Juvenile Justice (over two years).

$600,000

2007 • 1 year • Juvenile Justice

In support of a project to manage and coordinate research activities in the Models for Change initiative.

$1,500,000

2006 • 11 years, 6 months • Juvenile Justice

In support of the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice (over three years).

$5,600,000

2001 • 15 years • Juvenile Justice

To support participation in the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice (over four years).

$4,110,000

1998 • 4 years • Juvenile Justice

To support participation in the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice (over three years).

$175,000

1998 • 8 months • Juvenile Justice

To support participation in the Research Network on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice.

$1,250,000

1996 • 2 years • Juvenile Justice

To establish an interdisciplinary research network on adolescent development and juvenile justice (over two years).

$60,000

1995 • 1 year • Juvenile Justice

To identify a research agenda to improve decision making by policymakers and practitioners involved with the juvenile justice system.

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