Courses taught for the 2018-2019 academic year

This year, I will be offering undergraduate coursework in Developmental Psychology (2300), Adult Development and Aging Psychology (4610), and Personality Psychology (3590). Additionally, I also offer Research in Psychology (3990) in two and three credit hour increments. Of note, my Developmental Psychology course can be applied towards the Life Span Developmental minor as an elective. Additionally, my Adult Development and Aging Psychology course is a requirement for the Life Span Developmental minor and can also be applied towards the minor in Gerontology and towards the undergraduate certificate in Gerontology.

For graduate students, I offer a master’s level (5610) variant of my Adult Development and Aging Psychology course. This course can be applied towards MTSU graduate certificate in Gerontology.

Courses for 2015-2016 academic year

I am not teaching courses through the 2015-2016 academic year. For those interested, I will be leading research meetings over the course of the year in the Cognitive Aging Laboratory. If you are interested in being a part of these meetings, please contact me and I will provide you more details. In general, these meetings are mandatory for lab members, but are also available to outsiders interested in the work happening in the lab. In each meeting, we typically discuss one or two research papers and discuss the current state of lab affairs. Attending these meetings will be especially helpful for individuals seeking to be a part of the lab!

Coming soon!

For those currently enrolled in one of my courses, you will find relevant information here related to course deadlines and course materials.