Christy Galletta Horner

EDUCATION:

Ph.D., Applied Developmental Psychology/Research Methods, University of Pittsburgh, 2016, Dissertation: African American teen boys’ online emotional display rules and the consequences of breaking them

M.A. Applied Developmental Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, 2013. Thesis: Emotional expression patterns in urban youths’ developmental contexts: Differences in belonging, engagement, and motivation

B.S. Psychology, University of Pittsburgh, 2005

 

COURSES TAUGHT

University of Pittsburgh

PSYED 1007:                           Methods of Evidence-Based Practice

PSYED 1001:                           Introduction to Educational Psychology

PSYED 2504/EDUC 2009:      Development – Middle Childhood through Adolescence

EDUC 2000:                               Psychology of Learning and Development for Education

Bowling Green State University

EDFI 6420:                                Research in Education

 

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Emotional development in social context

Adolescent development

Teachers’ emotional labor

 

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

Akiva, T., Li, J., Martin, K. M., Horner, C. G., McNamara, A. R. (2016). Simple Interactions: Piloting a strengths- and interactions- based professional development intervention for out-of-school time programs. Child and Youth Care Forum.

Akiva, T., & Horner, C. G. (2016). Adolescent motivation to attend youth programs: A Mixed-methods investigation. Applied Developmental Science.

Horner, C. G., Wallace, T. L., & Bundick, M. J. (2015). Adolescents’ interpretations of the role of emotion in urban high schools. Teachers College Record.

Brown, B., Horner C. G., Scanlon, C., & Kerr, M. M. (2015). United States teachers’ emotional labor and professional identities. KEDI Journal of Educational Policy.

UNIVERSITY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

School

               Personnel Committee 2016

               Development and Advancement Committee 2016

College


                Research Development Council 2016

                Undergraduate Program Council 2016

Professional

2011-2016      Peer reviewer: Teacher’s College Record, Youth and Society, Journal of School Health.