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Deborah Schooler

Professor

Human Services and Sciences

S421 Hall Memorial Building

202/651-5540 (alt)

About

I earned my PhD in Developmental Psychology in 2004 from the University of Michigan, and came to Gallaudet in 2011. I have two sons. I like to read science fiction, watch movies, and garden.

  • GSR-230 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2014/02)(06)
  • PSY-295 Special Topics (2014/02)(01)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2013/01)(01)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2012/02)(01)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2013/01)(02)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2011/02)(02)
  • PSY-315 Dev III: Adulthood & Aging (2011/01)(01)
  • PSY-332 Rsrch Methods in Psychology II (2012/01)(01)
  • PSY-332 Rsrch Methods in Psychology II (2013/01)(01)
  • PSY-332 Rsrch Methods in Psychology II (2012/02)(01)
  • PSY-332 Rsrch Methods in Psychology II (2013/02)(01)
  • PSY-332 Rsrch Methods in Psychology II (2011/02)(02)
  • PSY-358 Social Psychology (2014/01)(01)
  • PSY-460 Multicultural Psychology (2012/02)(01)
  • PSY-460 Multicultural Psychology (2013/02)(01)
  • PSY-460 Multicultural Psychology (2014/02)(01)
  • PSY-495 Special Topics (2011/01)(01)
  • PSY-495 Special Topics (2012/01)(01)
  • PSY-720 The Teaching of Psychology (2014/02)(01)
  • PSY-101 Intro to Psychology (2015/01)(02)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2017/01)(01)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2020/01)(01)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2015/02)(01)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2018/02)(01)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-358 Social Psychology (2015/01)(01)
  • PSY-358 Social Psychology (2016/01)(01)
  • PSY-358 Social Psychology (2017/01)(01)
  • PSY-358 Social Psychology (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-460 Multicultural Psychology (2015/02)(01)
  • PSY-460 Multicultural Psychology (2016/02)(01)
  • PSY-486 Sr Capstone: Curr Iss in Psych (2018/01)(01)
  • PSY-710 Intro Applied Stats in SocSci (2019/01)(01)
  • PSY-710 Intro Applied Stats in SocSci (2020/01)(01)
  • PSY-713 Psychological Statistics II (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-720 The Teaching of Psychology (2020/01)(01)
  • PSY-799 Independent Study (2019/02)(01)
  • PSY-101 Intro to Psychology (2020/02)(04)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2019/01)(OL1)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2020/02)(OL1)
  • PSY-313 Dev II: The Psych of Adolesc (2016/01)(OL1)
  • PSY-313 Dev II: The Psych of Adolesc (2017/01)(OL1)
  • PSY-313 Dev II: The Psych of Adolesc (2018/01)(OL1)
  • PSY-313 Dev II: The Psych of Adolesc (2019/02)(OL1)
  • PSY-315 Dev III: Adulthood & Aging (2016/02)(OL1)
  • PSY-315 Dev III: Adulthood & Aging (2018/02)(OL1)
  • PSY-315 Dev III: Adulthood & Aging (2020/02)(OL1)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2020/02)(01)
  • PSY-799 Independent Study (2020/02)(01)
  • PSY-101 Intro to Psychology (2021/01)(01)
  • PSY-101 Intro to Psychology (2021/01)(02)
  • PSY-101 Intro to Psychology (2021/01)(03)
  • PSY-311 Dev I: Child Psychology (2021/01)(OL1)
  • PSY-342 Rsrch Design and Analysis II (2021/01)(01)
  • PSY-499 Independent Study (2021/01)(01)
  • Advising Load 2020/01: Total:12 Undergraduate:12
  • Advising Load 2019/02: Total:11 Undergraduate:11
  • Advising Load 2019/01: Total:11 Undergraduate:11
  • Advising Load 2018/02: Total:11 Undergraduate:11
  • Advising Load 2018/01: Total:9 Undergraduate:9
  • Advising Load 2017/02: Total:11 Undergraduate:11
  • Advising Load 2017/01: Total:12 Undergraduate:12
  • Advising Load 2016/02: Total:12 Undergraduate:12
  • Advising Load 2016/01: Total:12 Undergraduate:12
  • Advising Load 2021/01: Total:6 Undergraduate:6
  • Psychometric properties of the SAFE-D: A measure of acculturative stress among deaf undergraduate students.
  • Culture and deaf women’s body image.
  • Stereotype threat and deaf individuals’ English performance.
  • Brief report: Watching reality TV programs with concurrent sexual and alcohol themes is associated with risky drinking and sexual experiences.
  • Becoming psychologists: Barriers and bridges encountered by deaf and hard of hearing students in education and training settings.
  • What a difference a pronoun makes: I/We versus You/Me and worried couples’ perceptions of their interaction quality.
  • The woman next to me: Pairing powerful and objectifying representations of women.
  • Building Inclusive Training Sites for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clinical Psychology Trainees
  • Removing barriers and building bridges for future mental health professionals from diverse backgrounds.
  • America’s Next Role Model: How deaf college students perceive television representations of deaf individuals.
  • Mental health correlates of acculturative stress among deaf and hard-of-hearing young adults.
  • Switched at Birth, Nyle DiMarco, and media internalization among deaf women.
  • Bridging services for marginalized groups through clinical data analyses.
  • Early adolescent body image predicts subsequent condom use behavior among girls
  • Embodiment feels better: Girls' body objectification and well-being across adolescence
  • “I am not a skinny toothpick and proud of it”: Latina adolescents’ ethnic identity and responses to mainstream media images
  • Longitudinal associations between television viewing patterns and adolescent body satisfaction
  • Body Image
  • Culture and Body Image
  • Eating Disorders: Gender Differences
  • Body Images, Hispanic/Latino
  • Hispanic/Latino Body Images
  • Developmental considerations promoting media literacy among early adolescents.
  • Teaching statistics and research methods to English Language Learners
  • Associations among attachment security, body image, and sexual assertiveness in romantic couples
  • Deaf acculturation as a buffer against internalization of mainstream media’s beauty messages.
  • Acculturative stress predicts Deaf women’s body image.
  • Switched at Birth: Deaf undergraduates’ acculturation and media identification.
  • “Flipping” the child development classroom with films.
  • Preliminary psychometric properties of the Deaf Acculturative Stress Inventory.
  • The impact of stereotype threat on deaf individuals
  • Sexual orientation and psychological distress among deaf and hard of hearing individuals
  • Effects of objectification and candidate coverage on gender bias and candidate evaluations
  • Acculturative stress, body image, and disordered eating after the transition to a bilingual university
  • Considering identity and media in deaf and hard of hearing emerging adult body image development
  • Cultural impact on positive health and body image
  • Considering diversity in body image: History and current trends
  • Navigating Deaf and Hearing Cultures: An Exploration of Deaf Acculturative Stress
  • Building Inclusive Training Sites for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clinical Psychology Trainees
  • Building Inclusive Training Sites for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clinical Psychology Trainees
  • Building Inclusive Training Sites for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Clinical Psychology Trainees
  • Social media use, acculturation, and self-esteem of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing adults
  • H. Nicole Mills-Psychology (Honors) 2016/02-2017/02
  • Jessica Kales-Psychology (Honors) 2015/02-2016/02
  • Taylor Wardle-Psychology (Honors) 2015/02-2016/02
  • Morgane Vincent-Psychology (Honors) 2015/02-2016/02
  • Zachary Abbott-Psychology (Honors) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Gillie Strauss-Clinical Psychology (Predissertation) 2017/02-2017/02
  • Aileen Aldalur-Clinical Psychology (Predissertation) 2014/02-2017/01
  • Morgane Vincent-Clinical Psychology (Predissertation) 2017/02-2019/03
  • Ryanne Rossier-Clinical Psychology (Predissertation) 2017/03-2020/01
  • Kelsey Capetta-Clinical Psychology (Predissertation) 2018/01-2019/02
  • Brittany Sterling-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2018/01-2020/01
  • Jesus Barreto-Abrams-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2017/01-2019/03
  • Aileen Aldalur-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2017/03-2019/03
  • Rena Courtney-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2015/02-2017/01
  • Jonathan Blassingame-Clinical Psychology, Field Graduate University (Dissertation) 2016/02-2018/02
  • Marianne O'Byrne-University of Toronto (Dissertation) 2016/01-2016/02
  • Morgane Vincent-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2020/01
  • Ryanne Rossier-Clinical Psychology (Dissertation) 2020/01-2022/01
  • Lisa van der Mark-Psychology (Honors) 2012/01-2013/02
  • Aileen Aldalur-Psychology (Honors) 2011/02-2012/02
  • Taylor Paglieri-Psychology (Honors) 2020/01-2021/02
  • Alexis Wright-Psychology (Honors) 2020/02-2021/02
  • Council on Undergraduate Education: Member 2012/01-2014/02
  • Council on Undergraduate Education: Chair 2015/01-2017/01
  • Honors Council, Member 2019/01
  • Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Institute, Mentor 2016/03-2017/01
  • Multicultural Curriculum Transformation Institute, Co-Facilitator 2017/03-2018/01
  • PSY 101 Coordinator 2020/02
  • Guest Reviewer, Self-Directed Major Applications 2021/02
  • Teaching Remotely: Statistics and Research Methods, FABBS 2019/03-2019/03
  • Transforming the Intro Psychology Course, Wiley Webinar Series 2021/01-2021/01
  • Supervising Students with Disabilities: Raising Awareness & Cultural Competence 2019/02-2019/02
  • PST 500, Bilingual Approach Seminar 1, Gallaudet University 2019/03-2019/03
  • PST 500- Culturally Responsive and Trauma-Informed Training, Gallaudet University 2019/03-2019/03
  • New Tools for New Times: Have an IMPACT on the Study Skills of Our Introductory Psychology Students 2021/02-2021/02
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    Deborah Schooler

    S421 Hall Memorial Building

    202/651-5540

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