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Susan E Doughty

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Academic Background
BA in Psychology, Bucknell University
MS in Human Development & Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University
PhD in Human Development & Family Studies, Pennsylvania State University
Susan E Doughty

What classes do you teach at Anderson

PSY102: Pathways in Psychology; PSY205: Lifespan Development; PSY211: Research Methodology; HDFS101: Introduction to Human Development & Family Studies; Upper-level PSY courses (Infant & Child Development, Adolescent Development)

What year did you start teaching at AU


Why teach at AU?

I feel that teaching is my calling, and Anderson offers a wonderful context for sharing the things I'm passionate about with so many blossoming minds.

Places you've lived


What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?

I have never been surrounded by so many people who genuinely love what they do--the passion professors feel for their discipline, students, and the university is inspiring.

How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?

Anyone who plans to work with, be, or know a developing human should be able to learn something useful in a Lifespan Development class. And believe it or not, understanding research methods will change your life!