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Dr. S. Kathleen Krach is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Psychology and Learning Systems at Florida State University. Her area of specialization is school psychology. Her current research focuses on the use of game-based technology to develop assessments and interventions related to socio-emotional learning (specifically aggression) that are culturally sensitive and available across language groups.
Dr. Krach is licensed as a psychologist in the states of Florida, Nevada, and Alabama and holds the credential of Nationally Certified School Psychologist.
Dr. Krach has close to 30 peer-reviewed publications. She has published in the following notable journals: Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, Computers and Human Behavior, Journal of Special Education Technology, and The Clinical Neuropsychologist. In addition, she has received over $150,000.00 in either cash or materials grants.
Dr. Krach was a recipient of the Society for the Study of School Psychology early career conference scholarship as well as a recipient of a Certificate of Commendation from U.S. Senator Harry Reid for her research work.
You can learn more about Dr. Krach’s FSU research team here.