Patsy Marie Nix

Marie Nix

Associate Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., University of Georgia (2002)
M.S., University of Georgia (1996)
B.A., University of North Carolina (1990)

Phone: (864) 388-8374
E-mail: pnix@lander.edu


College: College of Education
Department: Department of Psychological Science

OFFICE HOURS
MON: 2:30-4:30   TUE: 3:00-4:00   WED: 2:30-4:40   THU: 3:00-4:00  


CLASSES TAUGHT
Course Num Course Title
PSYC-101 General Psychology
PSYC-102 Intro to Psychology for Majors
PSYC-203 Developmental Psychology
PSYC-221 Undergraduate Research
PSYC-299 Psychological Fieldwork
PSYC-315 Adolescent Development
PSYC-358 History/Systems of Psychology
PSYC-379 Attachment Theory & Research
PSYC-379 Cross Cultural Human Dev.
PSYC-379 Cross Cultural Psychology
PSYC-379 Cross-Cultural Human Dev.
PSYC-379 Evolutioinary Psychology
PSYC-379 Mind, Brain and Science
PSYC-379 Social and Emotional Developme
PSYC-421 Research Seminar
PSYC-490 Internship

ARTICLES - REFEREED
  • Students' first day of class preferences: Factor structure and individual differences in North American Journal of Psychology. (2011)

PRESENTATIONS
  • Identity and Sexual Attitudes. Southeastern Psychological Association. Nashville, Tennessee. (2014)
  • Personality Correlates and Team-Based Instruction. National Institute on Teaching of Psychology. St. Peters Beach, Florida. (2014)
  • Strategic Planning for a Growing Department. Southeastern Psychological Association. Atlanta, Georgia. (2013)
  • Contrasting Views on the Nature of Consciousness. South Carolina Psychological Association. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (2013)
  • Invisible Woman: An Existential Analysis of Intragroup Racism, Coping Strategies, and Identity Development. Georgia Undergraduate Research in Psychology Conference. Kennesaw, Georgia. (2013)
  • Age-Based Differences in Religiosity and Attitudes Toward and Practices of Masturbation. Georgia Undergraduate Research in Psychology Conference. Kennesaw, Georgia. (2012)
  • Patterns of Student Performance in a Team-Based General Psychology Course. Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Atlanta, Georgia. (2012)
  • The War Against War: Perspectives from Psychology and Philosophy. Peace Studies Conference. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2012)
  • The Effect of Initial Email Communication on Subsequent Student Evaluations of Professors. South Carolina Psychological Association. Columbia, South Carolina. (2012)
  • Measuring Change on Campus: Applying the Taxonomy of Affective Educational Objectives to Institutional Culture. International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Jacksonville, Florida. (April, 2011)
  • Childhood Resiliency Project. South Carolina Psychological Association. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (April, 2011)
  • Deconstructing the Black woman: (Mis)Perpecetions about race, ethnicity, and gender affecting Black women's experience of self. South Carolina Psychological Association. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (April, 2011)
  • Demographic and personality correlated of students' first day of class preferences. Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Atlanta, Georgia. (February, 2011)
  • Preparing for the first day: What do the data say?. Whiteboard, Lander University. Greenwood, South Carolina. (2010)
  • Constructing motherhood: A qualitative analysis of the core assumptions, roles, and value systems embedded in the experience of motherhood of southern, middle-lass Black women. South Carolina Psychological Association. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (2010)
  • Effect of Team-Based instructional strategies on student content mastery in an introductory psychology course. Southeastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology. Atlanda, Georgia. (2010)
  • Supplemental sessions for general psychology: Assisting freshmen students. South Carolina Psychological Association. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (2009)