Nabila Jamal-Orozco

Graduate Student, Dr. Votruba-Drzal

Department of Psychology

Cognitive Program

Faculty Advisor: Elizabeth Votruba-Drzal

Research Interests

Research interests broadly include understanding socio-cognitive and emotion regulation interventions for learning, critical consciousness development in youth, intersectionality, and contextual factors that influence positive youth development and family processes.

Recent Publications

Pelakh, A., Good, M. L, Kuo, E., Nokes-Malach, T., Tumminia, M. J, Jamal-Orozco, N., Diamond, M.S., Adelman, A., & Galla, B. (2021). The Relationship Between Intelligence Mindset and Test Anxiety as Mediated by Effort Regulation. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 43.

News and Awards

Congratulations to Shirley Duong, Nabila Jamal-Orozco, and Isabella Kahhale, recipients of the Spring 2021 LRDC Graduate Student Council Award. The Award is chosen by members of the LRDC Grad Student Council and is designed to support the development of new, innovative, and interdisciplinary research by graduate students within LRDC.

June 1, 2021

Kudos to Kole Norberg and Nabila Jamal-Orzoco who are the recipients of the Fall 2020 LRDC Graduate Student Council Award. The award is designed to support the development of new, innovative, and interdisciplinary research conducted by graduate students within the LRDC by providing funds to enable students to complete their research.

January 26, 2021

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Contact

634F MURDC

npj11@pitt.edu

(412) 624-7961