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Faculty Biography

Faculty Biography | Dale Goldhaber

Dale Goldhaber

Dale Goldhaber, Ph.D.Professor Emeritus

Contact Information:
C 150 Living/Learning Center
(802) 656-2025
Dale.Goldhaber@uvm.edu

I have a BS in Psychology from Roosevelt University in Chicago and MS and PhD degrees in developmental psychology from Syracuse University. I have always been fascinated by the process of human development and am especially interested in theories of human development. This interest plays out in my writing at the moment by looking at the nature/nurture question and in my coursework and service by considering how our understanding of human development can help improve the quality of early childhood education.

Areas of Expertise:

Human Development and Identity; PreK-12 Curriculum and Instruction; Teacher Education

Scholarship

Selected Publications

  • The Nature-Nurture Debate: Bridging the Gap, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge UK  [abstract]

Courses Taught in the Last 5 Years

Child Development; Theories of Human Development

Education

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology from Syracuse University