Barbara Thelamour

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Phone: 330-287-1953
Office Address: 106 Morgan

Degrees:

  • B.A., Emory University
  • Ph.D., Michigan State University

Courses:

  • PSYC 110: Child and Adolescent Development
  • PSYC 299: Multicultural Psychology
  • PSYC 326: Educational Psychology
  • PSYC 399: Psychology of Immigration
  • PSYC 399: Children of Immigrants
  • EDUC 265: Social and Cultural Environments in Early Childhood

Recent I.S. Theses Supervised:

2016
Isata Kamara
Attachment, Trust, and Satisfaction: A Study of the Physical Therapist-Patient Relationship and Adherence to Rehabilitation Exercises

Jonathan Katz
All is Fair in Love and Work: A Comparison of Job and Dating Websites

Hunter Ramsay-Smith
Zero-tolerance or Intolerance: A Critical Examination of the Influence of School Policies on Student Perceptions and Aspiration in Public Schools

Heather Whitlock-Williams
Parent Role Construction, Stress, and Support in Children’s Standardized Testing

2014
Ann Berkow
Propelling Them to Greatness?: Helicopter Parenting Effects on First Year College Students

Elise Gifford
Picture Books Worth a Thousand Words: A Narrative Analysis of Original and Re-Told Stories

Catherine Herst
The Relationship Between Literacy Self-Efficacy of Parents and Children in Kindergarten Through Third Grade

Tracy Jackson
Empathizing with The Shadows: How Empathy Attitudes and Race Affect Social-Welfare

Sara Meyers
Close to Home: How a Rural Community Relates to College Decisions of High School Students