Courses Typically Taught at CWU:
- PSY 314 Human Development and the Learner\
- PSY 467 Child Psychopathology
- PSY 447 Psychology of Adolescence
- PSY 556 Personality Assessment
- Professional issues in school psychology
- Epistemological beliefs
- Learning and study strategies
Marrs, H. & Benton, S. (2009). Relationships between separate and connected knowing and approaches to learning. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 60(1-2), 57-66.
Marrs, H.& Eccles, D. (2009). Assessment of Limited English Proficiency students in a rural Midwestern state. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 28(2), 22-31.
Marrs, H.,Sigler, E., & Hayes, K. (2009). Study strategy predictors of performance in Introductory Psychology. The Journal of Instructional Psychology, 36(2). 125-133.
Marrs, H. (2009). Perceptions of college faculty regarding outcomes assessment. International Electronic Journal of Leadership in Learning, 13(3). Available at http://www.ucalgary.ca/iejll/marrs.
Lyon, B., & Marrs, H. (2008). Demographic characteristics and professional activities of Kansas school psychologists. The Kansas
School Psychologist, 14(4), 13-20.
Marrs, H., Hemmert, E., & Jansen, J. (2007). Trouble in a small school: Perceptions of at-risk students in a rural high school. The Journal of At-Risk Issues, 13(2), 29-35.
Marrs, H.,Barb, M., & Ruggiero, J. (2007). Self-reported influences on psychology major choice and personality. Individual Differences Research, 5(4), 289-299.
Marrs, H., & Patrick, C. (2002). A return to eye-movement training? An evaluation of the Reading Plus program. Reading Psychology: An International Quarterly, 23(4), 297-322.
Marrs, H. (2001). Transition to higher education for students with learning disabilities. The Examiner: The Journal of the Kansas
Association of School Psychologists, 27(1), 13-17.
Office: 436 Psychology Building