Melissa Cunningham

NTT Assistant Professor, Psychological Sciences Department

503-751-4204 | cunningm@wou.edu
TODD 338

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/16/2008

Course schedule

Fall 2019
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
10011 PSY202 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - ONLINE CRS
11671 PSY201 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY - ONLINE CRS
10034 PSY463 CHILDHOOD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY - ONLINE CRS
10033 PSY563 CHILDHOOD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY - ONLINE CRS

Education

Ph.D. Educational Psychology, Option: School Psychology – Fall 2008
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

M.A. Educational Psychology, Option: School Psychology – May 2005
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

B.S. magna cum laude, Psychology, Minor: Sociology – June 2002
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

Professional experience

NTT Professor of Psychology, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR

Psychology Department, 2008-Present

 

Instructor, Arizona State University, Tempe AZ

Educational Psychology & Psychology Departments, 2004-2007

Undergraduate courses taught

Western Oregon University

General Psychology (Online & Face-to-face)

Developmental Psychology (Online & Face-to-face)

Childhood Psychopathology

Theories of Learning

Motivation

Arizona State University

Education Psychology: Motivation, Learning, & Evaluation

Educational Psychology: Group Dynamics, Leadership, & Decision Making

Quantitative Research Methods Lab

Publications and Presentations

Cunningham, M. M. & Wodrich, D. L. (in press). Teachers’ academic appraisals and referral decisions: The effect of sharing health information when diabetes is present. Psychology in the Schools.

Wodrich, D. L. & Cunningham, M. M. (2008). School-based tertiary and targeted interventions for students with chronic medical conditions: Examples from type 1 diabetes mellitus and epilepsy. Psychology in the School, 45, 52-62.

Cunningham, M. M. & Wodrich, D. L. (2006). The effect of sharing health information on teachers’ production of classroom accommodations. Psychology in the Schools, 43, 553-564.

Cunningham, M. M. & Wodrich, D. L. (2005, August). The effect of sharing health information on teachers’ production of classroom accommodations. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.




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