Stanley Hughes, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Professor Hughes joined the staff in 1993 after a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in child psychology at the University of California. He retired in 2011 and continues to teach part time for the department. He is interested in developmental psychopathology, especially the effects of violence on children. His current work is on the influence of family relationships on development in late adolescence. He teaches courses in child and adolescent development, psychology of personality, and history of systems in psychology. Professor Hughes formerly directed the practicum and field placement program for the department and has won a number of teaching awards.
M.A., Ph.D. – University of Rhode Island (1991)
B.A., M.Ed. – University of Virginia