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ANNETTE MAHONEY

Professor
DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
B.A., Rice University;
M.A., Ph.D., University of Houston, 1992

Phone: (419) 372-0282

Email: amahone@bgnet.bgsu.edu

Office: Room 246,Psychology Building

CV: PDF

Research Interests:

  • Psychology of religion and spirituality, especially as it applies to marriage, parenting, sexuality, divorce, the transition to parenthood, and other aspects of family life
  • Psychology of religion and applications to family life

Taking Grad Students?  Yes

Sponsoring Undergraduate Research?  Occasionally

Sign up at no cost for RELATIONAL SPIRITUALITY: ADVANCING 21st CENTURY SCIENCE ON FAITH IN DIVERSE FAMILIES symposium on March 12, 2013. 

For more information on research that I conduct with colleagues and students at BGSU on Relational Spirituality, please go to our The Psychology of Spirituality and Family Relationships website. This website features scientific research on the helpful and harmful roles that religion and spirituality can play in family and intimate relationships, with a special focus on our in-depth study on the transition to parenthood.

See Spring 2013 edition of BGSU Magazine for an article titled State of American Families that features our work on spirituality and family life.

Lists of studies located for "Religion in families 1999-2009:  A relational spirituality framework"

Call for Papers:  Call for Papers for a Special Section of the Journal of Family Psychology: Spirituality and Religion in Family Life. Editors: Annmarie Cano and Annette Mahoney. This special section of the Journal of Family Psychology aims to stimulate the breadth and depth of rigorous scientific studies on the interface of faith and family life. Submit manuscripts through the Journal of Family Psychology portal no later than May 3, 2013

Selected Publications:

See attached CV    CV PDF

Courses Taught:

Undergraduate Courses

  • PSYC 101: General Psychology
  • PSYC 308: Introduction to Clinical Psychology
  • PSYC 406: Developmental Psychopathology

Graduate Courses

  • PSYC 609/610: Basic Clinical Skills
  • PSYC 709: Advanced Clinical Research & Practice
  • PSYC 780/781: Advanced Child & Family Psychological Assessment
  • PSYC  780/781: Advanced Child & Family Therapy