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Diane Cook, Ph.D.

Diane Cook
Title: Professor
Psychological Science
Phone: 678-717-3896
Email:

Office: Strickland 103, Gainesville

Courses Taught

Introduction to Psychology

Human Growth and Development

Psychology of Adjustment

Child Psychology

Contemporary Global Issues

Multicultural Education

Infant and Toddler Development

Education

  • Ph.D., Developmental Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1994
  • M.S., Developmental Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1992
  • Graduate Certificate in Aging Studies, Gerontology, Virginia Commonwealth University, 1992
  • B.S., Psychology, Old Dominion University, 1988

Research/Special Interests

Life-Span Development

Late-Life Marriage and Family Relations

Personality and Religiosity

Publications

Cook, D. B. & Hancock, T. (2009). What is Psychology? Instructor’s Resource Manual. 2nd ed. Thompson: Wadsworth.

Cook, D. B. & Hancock, T. (2007). What is Psychology? Instructor’s Resource Manual. Thompson: Wadsworth.

Cook, D. B., Casellas, A., Robbins, S. B., & Dougherty, L. M. (2004). Goal continuity and the “Big Five” as predictors of older adult marital adjustment. Personality and Individual Differences, 38, 519-531.

Hayslip, B., Cooper, C., Dougherty, L. M., & Cook, D. B. (1997). Body image in adulthood: A projective approach. Journal of Personality Assessment, 68(3), 628-649.

Wade, J. B., Dougherty, L. M., Hart, R. P. & Cook, D. B. (1992). Patterns of normal personality structure among chronic pain patients. Pain, 48(1), 38-43.

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