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Dr. Stacey-Ann Baugh

Associate Professor of Psychology


Courses Taught

PSYC 101 Introductory Psychology
PSYC 201 Psychology in Current Events
PSYC 221 Psychopathology
PSYC 235 Psychology of Aging
PSYC 262 Psychology of Women
PSYC 325 Behavior Disorders in Children
PSYC 365 Seminar on Human Sexuality


  • B.A., Psychology, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology


  • Women's health
  • International students and immigration
  • Teaching improvement

Select Works Published

  • Mobile health technology knowledge and practices among patients of safety-net health systems in Washington State and Washington, DC
    Alsayid, M., Baugh, S., Laing, S., Ocampo, C., Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews, 2018
  • Poster: Evaluating the eficacy of a college level human sexuality seminar
    Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, 2012
  • Poster: The Impact of an Online Component on Introduction to Psychology Grades
    Eastern Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, 2011
  • Poster: Listening to new voices, lending new ears: Steering services, research and advocacy towards meeting immigration community needs
    Conference for the Society for Community Research and Action, 2011


One of my goals as an instructor of psychology is to ensure that the students are able to connect with the course material. Psychological theories can seem removed from the day to day reality of the average student. However, it is my task to ensure that students can fully engage with and understand the relevance of these theories in their daily lives. The rich life experiences within the classroom environment provide a perfect backdrop for the exploration of these theories. To help increase the student's ability to connect with the material, I employ many different teaching strategies within the classroom, including power point lectures, multi-media assignments, film clips, TV shows, internet activities, book reports, presentations, and classroom activities. Students often enjoy the course more when they realize that despite being an academic discipline, psychology has a myriad of real world applications.