Recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Psychology Department, Bradbury has also been honored with several awards for his research on marriage and intimate relationships, including the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Achievements from the American Psychological Association. Bradbury is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board at eHarmony.com, and he is an affiliated professor at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland. He speaks regularly at universities and conferences in the US, and he has presented his research findings in London, Cambridge, Tel Aviv, Milan, Heidelberg, Zurich, Geneva, Wellington, Christchurch, Toronto, and Vancouver.
While consulting on family issues for a range of clients, Karney serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Marriage and Family, the Journal of Family Issues, the Journal of Family Psychology, and the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. In addition to numerous awards for his teaching, Karney has twice received the National Council on Family Relation's Reuben Hill Research and Theory Award for outstanding contributions to family science.
Justin Lavner is a sixth year graduate student in Clinical Psychology. He received a BA in Psychology from Williams College in 2006 and an MA in Clinical Psychology from UCLA in 2007. He is currently an NSF predoctoral fellow.
Hannah Williamson is a third year graduate student in Clinical Psychology. She received a BA in Psychology from the University of Rochester in 2008 and an MA in Clinical Psychology from UCLA in 2011. She is currently an NSF predoctoral fellow.
Grace Jackson is a second year graduate student in Social Psychology. She received a BA in Psychology from the University of Southern California in 2007 and an MA in General Psychology from New York University in 2011.
Melissa Sheng is first year graduate student in Clinical Psychology. She graduated with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Sociology from Rice University in 2012.