Dr. Louise Katz: Instructor Information

Louise Katz, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at Columbia State Community College. She teaches classes at Columbia State in developmental psychology, introductory psychology, social psychology, and psychology of adjustment. She is a licensed psychologist in Tennessee.

Publications

Katz, L. (1996).  Essay exchange with children: An exercise for the child development class. Teaching of Psychology, 23, 112-115.

Katz, L., Joyner, J. W., & Seaman, N. (1999).  Effects of joint interpretation of the Strong Interest Inventory and the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator in career choice.  Journal of Career Assessment,7, 281-297.

Katz, L. (2000).  Essay exchange with children: An exercise for the child development class.  In M. E. Ware & D. E. Johnson (Eds.), Handbook of demonstrations and activities in the teaching of psychology: Vol. 2. Physiological- comparative, perception,  learning, cognitive, and developmental (2nd ed.) (pp. 235-237).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Katz, L. (2003).  A motivating exercise for the introductory class (and beyond).  Teaching of Psychology, 30, 314-316.

Katz, L., & Senefeld, J. L. (2005).  Collaborative teaching of developmental psychology: An easy-to-implement interdisciplinary approach.  Teaching of Psychology, 32, 182-185.

Katz, L., & Lambert, W. (2011).  A new look at myopia development: Possible links with childhood stress and diet.  Journal of Behavioral Optometry, 22, 69-73.

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