Professor of Psychology. B.A. (Psychology) Michigan State University 1987; M.A. (Clinical Psychology) University of Virginia 1992; Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology) University of Virginia 1995.
My area of specialty is child, family, and adult clinical psychology. My research interests are the effects of family factors on child and adolescent adjustment. I have examined the effects of family variables on the management of juvenile diabetes and explored family functioning in divorced and single-parent families.
Undergraduate courses: Wesleyan Integrative Seminar Experience; General Psychology; Sexual Decisions; Psychology of Women; Psychology of Personality; Abnormal Psychology; Child Psychology; Senior Seminar in Psychology
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