I received my bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky , a master's degree in experimental psychology from Wake Forest University, and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia. I have been teaching at Augusta State University since 1995.
Undergraduate: Introduction to General Psychology, Introduction to Human Development, Abnormal, and Adult Development and Aging
Graduate: Ethical and Professional Foundations, Research Methods II, Therapeutic Interventions II, Marriage and Couples Therapy
I consider myself a psychology generalist. I enjoy teaching a wide variety of subjects and my research interests are also diverse. I have a special interest in aging issues and am currently working with Dr. Richardson on archival data involving personality and relationship variables with a healthy older population. In recent years, I have worked on student projects ranging from ADHD symptoms in college students to gender differences in forgiveness.