Michelle McCauley

Professor of Psychology

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 On leave 2017-2018 Academic Year
 on leave academic year

Michelle McCauley joined the Department of Psychology in 1995.  In addition to teaching Research Methods, she teaches three applied courses: Legal Psychology, Psychology of Work, and Environmental Problems and Human Behavior.   Her research focuses on applying cognitive, social, and developmental theory to applied problems across multiple domains.  She oversees two applied labs: the Children’s Memory Project and the newly developed Conservation Psychology Lab.

She occasionally serves as an expert witness and has edited one book dealing with international perspectives on child maltreatment: Child Abuse: A Global View (2001). B. M. Schwartz-Kenney, M. R. McCauley, and M. A. Epstein, (Eds). Greenwood Publishing Group.

She received her BA from the University of Iowa in 1985 and her MS and PhD form Florida International University in 1993 and 1995, respectively.



Course List: 

Department of Psychology

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