Professor of Psychology
|Ph. D.||Educational Psychology and Statistics-Human Development||The University at Albany|
|M.S.||Educational Psychology and Statistics - Psychometrics||The University at Albany|
- 1997-Present: Associate to Full Professor of Psychology with Tenure, The College of Saint Rose
- 2009-2011 (during sabbatical): American Association for the Advancement of Sciences Fellow serving as a Foreign Affairs Officer at the US Department of State, Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor-South and Central Asia
- 1999-2000; 2003-2005: Interim Dean of the School of Mathematics and Sciences, The College of Saint Rose
- 1993-1997: Associate Professor of Psychology (granted tenure), The University of Hartford, W. Hartford, Connecticut
- 1986-1993: Assistant to Associate Professor (granted tenure) of Psychology, The College of Saint Rose
I teach courses in Introductory Psychology, Development Psychology: Childhood, Lifespan Psychology, The Psychology of Gender, Psychological Perspectives on Parenting; Cross-Cultural Psychology, Media Psychology, Psychopathology of Childhood, and Senior Seminar: History and Systems.
My interests are in cross-cultural similarities and differences in parenting and child development.