Psychology

 

Dr. Dale Grubb

Dr. Dale Grubb

Brief Biography

Dale D. Grubb, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology.  He earned his B.A. from the College of Wooster, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from The Ohio State University.  Dr. Grubb’s research interests include creativity, cognitive development, moral reasoning, and the impact of parenting on cognitive and psychosocial development. Recently, Dr. Grubb has been pursuing research on the development of a sense of humor. All of the research that Dr. Grubb conducts relies on extensive student involvement.  Courses that Dr. Grubb regularly teaches include Developmental Psychology (PSY 205), Child Development (PSY 315), Adolescent Development (PSY 325), Adult Development & Aging (PSY 335), and the Research Methods sequence (PSY 280/281).  In addition to pursuing his interests in psychology, Dr. Grubb also serves as the Assessment Director for the college.  Dr. Grubb has been awarded the Student Senate Faculty Excellence Award.  In his free time, Dr. Grubb enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, improving his golf game, traveling, and searching for excellent Thai food.

Contact Information:

Dale D. Grubb, Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
Baldwin Wallace University
275 Eastland Road
Berea, OH  44017
(440) 826-2400
dgrubb@bw.edu

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