Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh
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Psychology: Chair and associate professor
Sue Kelley earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from the University of Pittsburgh. Her research interests include the development of self; more specifically, the development and early origins of helplessness, perceptions of competence, self-worth, and self-evaluative affect. She is especially interested in relationships between parental beliefs and behavior and child outcomes.
Kelley teaches Introductory Psychology, Educational Psychology, Research Methods, the Psychology of Parenting, and various courses in Developmental Psychology.
Ask The Professor - A five-minute interview with a Lycoming faculty memberMaternal Depression. Paternal Psychopathology. and Toddlers' Behavior ProblemsPutting the Pieces Together: Maternal Depression. Maternal Behavior. and Toddler HelplessnessUnderstanding of self and maternal warmth predict later self-regulation in toddlers"Mastery Motivation and Self-Evaluative Affect in Toddlers: Longitudinal Relations with Maternal Behavior"