Graduate Research Assistant
Julian Dedeaux is a doctoral candidate of Psychology at Wichita State University, having received his MA in Criminal Justice and an MA in Psychology. At CCHT, Julian is focusing on data evaluation of the Lotus Prevention for ProsperityTM programming. Julian has engaged in research with community agencies by assisting with developing solutions based on empirical data in response to problems defined by the communities. Some projects include: Water Quality Analysis for Sunflower Community Action in response to poor water perceptions in southwest Kansas, Survey Development and Data Analysis for Project Wichita, Program Evaluation development for Real Men, Real Heroes, Inc. Mentoring and program research for the Shocker Youth Summer Camp Program. Julian is currently in the final stages of his dissertation which explores the impact of Internet addiction and its impact on deviant behaviors and attitudes.