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To me, teaching psychology to undergraduate students is not just about teaching them the content in a textbook, but also about teaching students how to learn, how to problem solve, and thus how to succeed in life.


I joined the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Human Development and Psychology faculty in June of 2007, after earning a dual Ph.D. in Psychological and Brain Sciences and Cognitive Science from Indiana University.

My passion is two-fold: teaching and research. I guess that's what makes me a perfect fit for the role of "Associate Professor". You can read more about my perspective on teaching and research by clicking the "Courses" and "Research" tabs to the left. Please take time to peruse my site. You'll find past and present course offerings, publications, and presentations, as well as a link to the Language Learning Lab. Feel free to contact me with comments or questions.

Thanks for visiting,
Jennifer Lanter

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