College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Psychology

Laurie J. Smith-Nelson

Clinical Assistant Professor

Ph.D. Washington State University, 1991

Contact Information:

Office: Johnson Tower 354
Phone: (509) 335-5547

Classes Taught:

  • Psychology 230: Human Sexuality
  • Psychology 321: Introduction to Personality
  • Psychology 324: The Psychology of Women
  • Psychology 444: Basic Helping Skills

Areas of Interests:

As a faculty member with a 100% teaching appointment, my time is primarily devoted to teaching and developing undergraduate courses. I also advise students in career paths in Psychology and occasionally act as an advisor for Honors College undergraduate thesis projects. I am the faculty advisor for the Psychology Club and a mentor for several student athletes.

Selected Publications:

Gage, J. D., & Wilson (Smith), L. J. (2000). Acceptability of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder interventions: A comparison of parents. Journal of Attention Disorders,4, 174-182.

Wilson (Smith), L. J., & Nirschl, J. A. (1996). Parents' acceptability of alternative treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Attention Disorders.

Wilson, G. L., & Wilson, L. J. (1990). Treatment acceptability of alternative sex therapies: A comparative analysis. Journal of Sex and Martial Therapy,17, 282-286.

Wilson, G. L., Bornstein, P. H., & Wilson, L. J. (Smith) (1988). Treatment of marital dysfunction: An empirical evaluation of group and conjoint psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56, 234-241.

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