2013 Issue: Psychology



Megan Sullivan


 Psychology 336W: Olsen

"Multiple Systems" versus Dissociative Identity Disorder: Life-Style or Mental Illness?


Megan is a senior majoring in English literature and minoring in psychology and business administration. She serves as the copyeditor for Schemata (Issues 2012-2014) and as a writing and literature tutor for the Academic Resource Center.


*Note: The "W" after the course number indicates that this is a writing-intensive course. Students in these courses complete a combination of formal, high-stakes writing assignments and informal, low-stakes writing assignments with instructional support from the professor. The goal is not only to practice academic modes of writing, particularly in a given discipline, but also to learn course content through the act of writing itself.

Photo by Bridget Bellmore ('15)