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Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology
Campus MailDrawer 117
Office307 Landrum Bolling Center
Office Hoursdrop in or by appointment
PSYC 115 - Introduction to Psychological Perspectives
PSYC 351 - Special Topics: Peer Relationships
PSYC 351 - Special Topics: Social Relationships
PSYC 363 - Adult Psychopathology
PSYC 363 - Developmental Psychopathology
PSYC 486 - Comprehensive Research Project
I received my Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology and my M.A. in Clinical Psychology from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro after receiving my B.A. as a double major in Psychology and Religion at Connecticut College. My research and clinical training were shaped by a developmental psychopathology framework, which emphasizes diverse developmental pathways and the necessity of understanding both normative and non-normative developmental processes.
I am currently the faculty advisor for Psychology Club, which meets every other Wednesday at noon during the semester.
Currently, my research lab and I are collecting data for the Peer Project. We are investigating 5th grade children��s daily experiences with peer victimization and ostracism, children��s responses to these experiences, their friends�� responses, and children's daily emotional health.
Society for Research in Child Development
Association for Psychological Science
Society for the Teaching of Psychology (APA Division 2)