Broad overview of theories and research on cognitive, social/emotional, and physical development from conception to death; environmental factors, such as family, school, peers, work, and cultural context; and biological factors that shape development.
Jarrod Hines is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire. Prior to this appointment, Dr. Hines received a B.A. in Psychology (with a minor in Statistics) from Maryville College in Maryville, TN, an M.A. in General Experimental Psychology from Appalachian State University in Boone, NC, and a PhD in Psychology (with a minor in Statistics) from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. His primary research areas include cognitive aging, which involves the examination of age-related changes in memory and learning, and metacognition, which relates to an individual's awareness and control of his or her thought processes and cognitive abilities. His primary teaching interests include Psychology of Adulthood and Aging (PSYC 333), life-span Human Development (PSYC 230), Introductory Psychology (PSYC 100), and Child Development (PSYC 331).