Sarah Hall, Ph.D.

Psychology Undergraduate Programs

Associate Professor of Psychology
On Faculty since 2009

Office: BGC M239
Phone: (630)752-5774
Email:

Education

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2009.

M.S. Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2006.

B.S. Psychology, University of Richmond, 2003.

About Sarah Hall

Dr. Hall’s broad interests are in the areas of risk and resilience, or how various factors affect the development of health and disorder.

Dr. Hall is originally from Colorado. She enjoys reading, baking, and taking long road trips with her husband.

Courses Taught

    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Abnormal Psychology
    • Contemporary Clinical Psychology
    • Advanced Abnormal Psychology

Membership in Professional Societies

    • American Psychological Association
    • Society of Clinical and Child Adolescent Psychology (APA Division 53)
    • Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD)

Research

Dr. Hall's research interests are in the area of emotion regulation in children, specifically the development of emotion regulation in early childhood and relations between emotion regulation and psychopathology.

Publications and Presentations 

Flanagan, K. S., & Hall, S. E. (Eds). (Under contract, in preparation). Christianity and developmental psychopathology: Theory and application for working with youth. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Hall, S. E. (In preparation). Emotion regulation. In K. S. Flanagan & S. E. Hall, (Eds.), Christianity and developmental psychopathology: Theory and application for working with youth. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Flanagan, K. S., & Hall, S. E. (In preparation). Introduction. In K. S. Flanagan & S. E. Hall, (Eds.), Christianity and developmental psychopathology: Theory and application for working with youth. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press.

Bagwell, C. L., Kochel, K. P., Hall, S. E., Newcomb, C. E., & Fils-Aime, L. D. (Submitted). Symptoms of ADHD interfere with conflict management in the friendships and romantic relationships of emerging adults.

Cole, P. M., Hall, S. E., & Hajal, N. (2013). Emotion dysregulation as a risk factor for psychopathology. In T. Beauchaine & S. Hinshaw (Eds.), Child and adolescent psychopathology (2nd ed.). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Hall, S. E., Kimmel, J., Kellums, M., Watson, T., & Lindsey, M. (2013). Stressors, challenges, and mental health symptoms of helping professionals in Nepal. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.

Daniels, Q., Meadows, M., Rabe, K., Hall, S. E., & Rueger, S. Y. (2013). Drinking, abstaining, and limiting motives in young adult drinkers. Poster submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.

Aten, J., Boan, D., Flanagan, K., Canning, S., Hall, S., Eveleigh, E., Rueger, S., Kang, E., Pressley, J. (2012). Booklet: Helping children cope with traumatic events. Wheaton, IL: Humanitarian Disaster Institute, Wheaton College.

Bagwell, C. L., Kochel, K. P., Hall, S. E., Newcomb, C. E., & Fils-Aime, L. D. (2012). Challenges in interpersonal relationships for emerging adults with symptoms of ADHD. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence.

Hall, S. E. (2012). Pharmaceutical company print advertising as a teaching tool in Abnormal Psychology. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology.

Cole, P. M., Tan, P. Z., Hall, S. E., Zhang, Y., Crnic, K. A., Blair, C. B., & Li, R. (2011). Developmental changes in anger expression and attention focus during a delay: Learning to wait. Developmental Psychology, 47, 1078-1089.

Hall, S. E., & Cole, P. M. (2011). Links among multiple risk, emotion regulation, and externalizing problems in young children. Poster presented at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development.

Cole, P. M., Hall, S. E., & Radzioch, A. M. (2009). Emotional dysregulation and the development of serious misconduct. In S. Olson & A. Sameroff (Eds.), Regulatory processes in the development of childhood behavior problems: Biological, behavioral, and social-ecological perspectives.

 

 

 

 

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