History of Psychology

 (1850 - Present) 

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


Developmental/Social

- Aging
- 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 Historical, Theoretical, and Critical Studies 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
In Progress
York University Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dissertation (working title): Danger at the Crossroads:
Lillien Jane Martin and Applied Psychology in Early 20th Century North America
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