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Texas State University

I joined the Department of Psychology at Texas State University in Fall 2017. I currently teach Psychology Research Methods, a course that helps students to develop as psychological scientists and writers, and Introduction to Statistics. My goals as an instructor are to model how to approach questions from an interdisciplinary perspective and to incorporate experience-based learning as a key component of my courses.

Courses Taught:

Psychology Research Methods (Syllabus)

Introduction to Statistics (Syllabus)

Boston University's Summer Term

During the 2017 Summer Term, I developed and taught Academic Immersion: Introduction to Experimental Psychology. This class is the first of its kind at Boston University and provided high school students with hands-on experience developing and executing psychological research. 


St. Edward's University

During the 2014-15 school year, I was an adjunct professor in the psychology department at St. Edward's University in Austin, TX.


Courses Taught:

Psychology Research Methods (Syllabus)

Research & Field Experience


Please feel free to contact me for a summary of my teaching evaluations and sample syllabi.


Honors Thesis Mentor

I have been incredibly lucky to be able to advise some of Boston University's and the University of Texas at Austin's most promising undergraduate researchers. The video below provides an overview of an honors thesis project completed by Cintia Hinojosa and an excellent introduction to the University of Texas's Intellectual Entrepreneurship Program.

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