Faculty and Staff Directory

Dorothy Shedlock

shedlock Human Development Department
Office: Mahar 462
Phone: 315.312.3461
EMail: dorothy.shedlock@oswego.edu

 

Fall 2015 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  HDV 303-HY2
Course Title:  Applied Field Experiences & Analysis
Lecture Day(s):  Tuesday
Time:  12:45-1:45
Location:  Mahar 107

Course Number:  HDV 323-820
Course Title:  Adolescent Development
Day(s):  Tuesday, Thursday
Time:  11:10-12:30
Location:  Lanigan 102

Course Number:  HDV 324-ON1
Course Title:  Adult Development
Day(s):  SLN WEB
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Spring 2015 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  HDV 302-800/80L
Course Title:  Methods in Human Development 
Lecture Day(s):  T Th
Lecture Time:  12:45-2:05
Lecture Location:  Mahar 107
Lab Day:  W
Lab Time:  12:40-2:40
Lab Location:  Mahar 211

Course Number:  HDV 303-HY1
Course Title: 
Applied Field Experiences & Analysis
Day:  W
Time:  3:00-4:00
Location: 
Mahar 106

Course Number:  HDV 324-800
Course Title:  Adult Development
Day(s):  T Th
Time:  9:35-10:55
Location:  Mahar 122

Course Number:    HDV 324-ON1
Course Title:  Adult Development

Spring 2015 Office Hours:
Day(s):  Wednesday            Time:  10:00-12:00


Research Interests:
Dorothy Shedlock is interested in lifespan development, especially during adulthood. Her research explores wisdom, a phenomenon that involved the integration of cognitive expertise and outstanding judgment in life matters with exceptional personality development. Wisdom is a potential gain that may offset declines that commonly occur in many domains of later-life functioning. She is also interested in social personality development, especially the formation and dynamics of close personal relationships. She has conducted research on how adolescent relationships with parents and peers influences their adjustment and achievement in college.

Professional Information:
Education:
Ph.D.:  (January 1998) Human Development, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.  Dissertation: Wisdom: Assessment, Development, and Correlates
M.A.: (June 1995) Human Development , Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.
B.A.: (May 1991) Major in Psychology, Minor in Literature, Hartwick College, Oneonta, New York. -- Summa Cum Laude

Professional Organizations:
American Psychological Association
American Psychological Society
Society for Research in Child Development
State Society on Aging of New York

Recent Papers and Publications:
Shedlock, D., & Cornelius, S. W.  Wisdom assessment and antecedents.  Manuscript in preparation.

Shedlock, D., & Cornelius, S. W.  Implicit theories of wisdom: Exploration of individual differences in a prototype approach.  Manuscript under revision.