What should parents do when their 15-year-old daughter is dating a troubled young man? Lisa Damour weighs in. Read here.
In this guest post on the New York Times’ Motherlode blog, Lisa Damour speaks to the occupational hazard of being a psychologist-mom: the potential to talk about feelings too much. Read here.
When it comes to test-taking, aggression is a girl’s best friend, writes psychologist Lisa Damour. Read the full commentary on EdWeek.org.
Authored with Ann V. Klotz, Op-Ed Response to “The Pseudoscience of Single-Sex Schooling”
Why aren’t more girls choosing to enter the critical fields of engineering and computer science? Lisa Damour offers several possible explanations. Read the full commentary on EdWeek.org.
Abnormal Psychology, written with Dr. James Hansell, Dr. Damour’s widely-used college textbook details the symptoms, causes, and treatments of psychological distress in its many forms. Published by John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
First Day to Final Grade, written with Dr. Anne Curzan, is a practical handbook that introduces college instructors to the art and craft of teaching. Published by the University of Michigan Press.