History of Psychology

 (1850 - Present) 

- Women 
- Gender
- Feminism/Activism
- Multiculturalism
- Sexuality
- Mental Hygiene
- Geropsychology
- Applied Practices
- Psychology as science
 


Developmental/Social

- Aging
- Geropsychology
- Adult Development
- Human Rights
- Psychology of Women
- Grief 
- Bereavement
- Mourning

Master of Arts: Psychology

Specialty: Experimental 

[With Honors} 2008
University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma
Thesis: Psychologist-Historians: Historying women & benevolent sexism

I am doctoral student in the History and Theory of Psychology program at York University in Toronto, Canada (Advisor: Alexandra Rutherford).  

My interests and work center around the exhumation, exploration, application, and reception of the voices of women - within psychology, science, and cultural-political frameworks.  

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology 

Minor Sociology

[Summa Cum Laude} 2005
University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma

Doctor of Philosophy: Psychology
Specialty: History and Theory
Expected Degree Completion: Summer/Fall 2017
York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dissertation (working title): Danger at the Crossroads:
Lillien Jane Martin and Applied Psychology in Early 20th Century North America

"this work has shown that while the overall percentage of women included in the History of Psychology textbooks is growing that we still have a long way to go in reaching proportional inclusion.."

- Vaughn-Blount  [Johnson] (2005)

Glass

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology 

Minor Sociology

[Summa Cum Laude} 
University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma

Master of Arts: Psychology

Specialty: Experimental 

[With Honors} 
University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma
Thesis: Psychologist-Historians: Historying women & benevolent sexism

Bachelor of Arts: Psychology 

Minor Sociology

[Summa Cum Laude} 2005
University of Central Oklahoma Edmond, Oklahoma