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Derek Meyers

Instructional Assistant Professor
  • BIOGRAPHY
  • I was born and raised in Pekin, IL, came to ISU in 2006 as a transfer student, and have never left! Currently, I am the Assistant Director of University Assessment Services, a part-time Instructional Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology, and a part-time doctoral student in the School of Teaching and Learning.
  • CURRENT COURSES
  • PSY 331.01Sec 004 Laboratory In Research Methods For Psychology-DevelopmentalDownload Syllabus
  • TEACHING INTERESTS
  • Over the last three years, I have taught PSY 215 (Educational Psychology), PSY 303 (Adult Development and Aging), and PSY 331.01 (Laboratory in Research Methods for Psychology: Developmental).
  • MS Psychology / Developmental and Quantitative - 2013
  • Illinois State University
  • Normal, IL
  • Dissertation/Thesis topic: An examination of the psychometrics of the Romantic Partner Attachment Q-Sort (RPAQ) with individuals in other-sex romantic relationships and same-sex romantic relationships during late adolescence
  • BS Psychology - 2008
  • Illinois State University
  • Normal, IL
  • Dissertation/Thesis topic: Dimensions of adult attachment, levels of emotional intelligence, and length of romantic relationships in late adolescence
  • AAS (Psychology Transfer Program) - 2005
  • Illinois Central College
  • East Peoria, IL