LAURA LEVINE, Ph.D.


            

Education and Interests

Has a joint degree in Developmental and Clinical Psychology. She has worked as a clinician, doing psychotherapy with children and adults. In 1994, she joined the faculty at CCSU.

Her research has focused on self and gender development in toddlers, and the impact of media use, such as television viewing and instant messaging, on attentional abilities. On campus, Dr. Levine is involved in the Center for Teaching Excellence and Leadership Development and has been pursuing research on the scholarship of teaching and learning. She recently published a new textbook entitled Child Development: An Active Learning Approach.

Her out of classroom interests include reading novels, walking and getting together with friends.

 

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