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Dr. Elizabeth Hayden

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Hart Hall, Room 347

BA, College of the Holy Cross
MA, University of New Haven
PhD, Northeastern University

Dr. Hayden joined Bridgewater in the fall of 2007 as an adjunct instructor. She teaches Research Methods, Biopsychology, Abnormal Behavior and Psychology of Criminal Behavior. Prior to her academic appointment at BSU, Elizabeth completed an internship at UMASS emergency room in clinical psychology. Following the internship, she worked as a clinician at Harrington hospital. She then became a field researcher and program evaluator for Yale University Consultation Center. Dr. Hayden’s research interests include welfare policy and litigation, economic inequality, community conflict and terrorism. Elizabeth ran for public office in Connecticut and remains active in local and state politics. She is currently working on a meta-analysis that compares the effects of capitalism in the United States and Russia. In her free time, she loves playing with her cats, horseback riding, traveling and spending time with family.