“One of the things that we hear about online learning is that it can be isolating for some students—they miss the social connection and that sense of belongingness,” said Dr. Alison Clabaugh, visiting instructor of Psychology. “You know you don’t have those times to chat in the hallway or...
Arcadia University celebrated academic achievement and scholastic excellence at the 2019 Honors Convocation on March 30. More than 1,000 students earned distinguished honors and honors in the spring and fall 2018, and 59 student and faculty awards were presented.
President Ajay Nair addressed...
By Nicole Gieselman ’19
Two Arcadia faculty members are turning heads with a new method of eliminating unnecessary cellphone use in classrooms: positive reinforcement.
“It can be really disheartening, as a professor, when you put so much time and effort into your course, and you see students...
Arcadia faculty member since 2012
Arcadia Courses Taught:
Introduction to Psychology (PY111)
Health Psychology (PY203)
Social Psychology (PY331)
Personality Psychology (PY332)
Social Psychology for non-majors (PY153)
University Seminar - Gender: Origins & Consequences (US285)
Senior Seminar (PY490-PY491)
Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology
Minor in Dance
Co-Author • 2003
The Body Weight Contingency of Self-Worth
Article, Self and Identity
Co-Authored with Karpinski, A. & Griffin, K.
Co-Author • 2008
Clinical trials and statistical tribulations
Article, Applied Clinical Trials
Co-Authored with Attig, R.
Co-Author • 2004
Stereotype accuracy in modern and ballet dancers
Article, Journal of Social Psychology
Co-Authored with Morling, B.
Co-Author • 2004
Dancers body esteem, fitness esteem, and self-esteem in three contexts
Article, Journal of Dance Education
Co-Authored with Van Zelst, L. & Morling, B.
Her research interests include studying the relationship between self-esteem and body weight in the context of the contingencies of self-worth model. She is also interested in studying anti-fat attitudes, obesity bias and stigmatization of overweight individuals in Western culture.