Theresa E. Jackson earned her PhD in developmental psychology from Clark University. She is currently teaching Introductory Psychology and Research Methods in Psychology. Her early research investigated urban girls’ experiences with puberty and the transition to womanhood. More recently Dr. Jackson’s research has explored how perceptions of choice and control affect decision-making in relation to reproductive health across the lifespan. She has published in Feminism and Psychology and Women’s Reproductive Health. Dr. Jackson enjoys training for, but not actually running, half marathons, trying new recipes with her spiralizer and a good cup of coffee.
Dr. Theresa Jackson
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Hart Hall, Room 344