Barbara Nodine, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Fellow, American Psychological Association
Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
Arcadia faculty member since 1970
Office: Boyer Hall 123
- B.A. Bucknell University
- Ph.D. University of Massachusetts
- American Psychological Association Teaching Excellence Award (1996)
- American Psychological Foundation Distinguished Teaching Award (1999)
- Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching, Beaver College (1975)
- CASE Professor of the Year, Arcadia University (1989)
Dr. Nodine’s interests are in the applications of cognitive psychology to teaching and learning. Writing as a tool for learning and thinking has been the center of her books, teaching workshops, consultations and research publications. Her interest in undergraduate curriculum and teaching has been a springboard for publications and workshops and positions of chair or president of several organizations.
Arcadia Courses Taught Currently
- Senior Seminar (PY490-PY491)
- Nodine, B.F. (2006). "An Autobiographical Look at My Teaching Career." In B. Buskist, B. Beins, C. Burke, T. Benson, A. Amdstadter, & R. Siney (Eds.), The Teaching of Psychology in Autobiography: Perspectives from Psychology’s Best Teachers. Society for the Teaching of Psychology Web Site.
- Nodine, B.F., Korn, J.H., Shore, C., & Benassi, V. (2006). "Assessment Methods: Does your plan work?; Integrating philosophy, methods, and assessment of teaching." Workshops presented at New England Psychological Association, Manchester, NH.
- Maimon, E., Nodine, B., & O’Connor, F. (1989). Thinking, Reasoning, and Writing White Plains, NY: Longman Pub.
- Maimon, E., Belcher, G., Hearn, G., Nodine, B., & O’Connor, F. (1981) Writing in the Arts and Sciences. Boston: Little Brown.