Lisa Rosen, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Director of Undergraduate Psychology Program
Office: CFO 706
- Ph.D., 2006, Developmental Psychology; Minor: Statistics - University of Texas at Austin
- M.A., 2004, M.A. - University of Texas at Austin
- B.A., 2002, Psychology, Managerial Studies – Rice University
Psychology of Women, Developmental Psychology
Advanced Statistics II, Advanced Developmental Psychology, Seminar in College Teaching
Peer relations across the lifespan, aggression and victimization, and attractiveness and weight stereotyping.
- Rosen, L. H., Scott, S. R., & DeOrnellas, K. (in press). An Overview of School Bullying. In L. H. Rosen, S. R. Scott, & K. DeOrnellas (Eds.), Bullying in the School: Perspectives from across Campus. Palgrave Macmillan Higher Education.
- Rosen, L. H., Beron, K., & Underwood, M. K. (in press). Social Victimization Trajectories from Middle Childhood through Late Adolescence. Social Development.
- Rosen, L. H., Scott, S. R., & DeOrnellas, K. (2016) Teachers' perceptions of bullying: A focus group approach. Journal of School Violence. Doi:10.1080/15388220.2015.1124340
- Underwood, M.K., Rosen, L.H., More, D., Ehrenreich,S., & Gentsch, J.K. (2012). The BlackBerry Project: Capturing the content of adolescents' electronic communication. Developmental Psychology, 48, 295-302.
- Underwood, M.K., Rosen, L. H. (2011). Social Development. NY: Guilford Press.
- Rosen, L. H., Underwood, M.K., & Beron, K.B. (2011). Peer victimization as a mediator of the relation between attractiveness and internalizing problems. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 57, 319-347.
- Rosen, L. H., & Underwood, M.K. (2010). Attractiveness as a moderator of the association between aggression and popularity. The Journal of School Psychology, 48, 313-333.