Associate Professor of Psychology
Research At A Glance
Physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and moral development from conception to adolescence is examined within a framework of various theories.
Psychology of Adolescence
The mental, emotional, social and physical changes of contemporary adolescence are examined with emphasis on family, peer and school influences.
Psychology of Aging
Adulthood and old age are studied with special emphasis on current developmental theories.
Capstone: Seminar in Developmental Psychology
Patterns of physical, mental, and emotional development are explored with an emphasis on independent work.
Applied Research Methods
Extension of research design and methods introduced in PS276. Research methods, including applied research design, statistical analysis, and scientific writing.
Internship in Psychology
Provides opportunity to advanced students to increase experience through internship with sponsoring community organization, institution, or business under appropriate supervision.