Psychology Faculty Research
Katherine S. Choe, Ph.D.
Dr. Choe's primary research program focuses on children's intuitive/causal representation and conceptual understanding.
For more information on Dr. Choe's research lab, please visit her blog.
Dr. Choe will not be taking on research students for the Spring 2019 semester.
Dara G. Friedman-Wheeler, Ph.D.
Dr. Friedman-Wheeler's research program focuses on coping, mindfulness, and behavior change.
Coping Expectancies Scale (CES)
Friedman-Wheeler, Pederson, Rizzo-Busack, & Haaga (under review)
The CES is a vignette-based self-report measures that assesses individuals' mood-regulation expectancies for specific coping behaviors.
Coping Expectancies Scale (CES) (PDF)
For more information on Dr. Friedman-Wheeler's research lab at Goucher College, please visit her blog.
Dr. Friedman-Wheeler may have one opening on her research team for Spring 2019.
Thomas G. Ghirardelli, Ph.D.
Dr. Ghirardelli's primary research program focuses on visual attention, or how we selectively process only a subset of the visual information present to us.
Dr. Ghirardelli's research team is full for Spring 2019.
For more information on Dr. Ghirardelli's research or to apply to work on his team please contact Dr. Ghirardelli via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nyasha Grayman-Simpson, Ph.D.
Dr. Grayman-Simpson's research focuses on culture and positive psychological, social, emotional, and spiritual functioning, transformative learning, and international service-learning. She is currently working on one project, and typically mentors 1-2 students over the summer.
Current Study: The Committed: Life Stories of White Anti-Racist Activists
Contact Dr. Grayman-Simpson for information about student involvement in her research program.
For more information, please visit her blog.
Jennifer A. McCabe, Ph.D.
Dr. McCabe's primary research program focuses on memory strategies, metamemory/metacognition, and teaching and learning.
Dr. McCabe does not anticipate having any openings on her research team for the 2018-19 academic year.
L. Richard Pringle, Ph.D.
For more information about Dr. Pringle's research, please email him at email@example.com.
Gillian Starkey, Ph.D.
Dr. Starkey's research focuses on the neural substrates of numerical cognition (math skills like counting, estimating, and comparing quantities) in adults and children.
To apply for a spot on her research team, please first contact Dr. Starkey via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Starkey does not anticipate having any openings on her team for the Spring 2019 semester.
Some years, psychology faculty also participate in Goucher's summer science research program.