Meredith is a recent graduate of the Lifespan Developmental Psychology doctoral program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Her personal research interests include factors which contribute to children’s and adolescent’s risk of delinquent behaviors, particularly as the parent-child relationship is involved. Her doctoral dissertation explored the bi-directional relationship(s) between sleep problems and a variety of behavioral and emotional outcomes in adolescence.
Meredith has experience teaching courses in General Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Statistics, and Lab for Statistics. Please feel free to explore this site to learn more about her personal teaching, leadership, and mentoring philosophies; the courses she has taught; innovations she brings to the classroom; other leadership and professional development experiences; and the successes of her students and mentees.
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