Dr. Judith R. Mann

Associate Professor

Community/Counseling Psychology
Office: Social & Behavioral Sciences Building, Room 203J
Phone: (409) 880-8287
Email: jrmann@my.lamar.edu
 
Educational Background:
Degree Received Date Received University Major
Ph.D. 1992 Texas A&M University School Psychology
M.S. 1988 Texas A&M University Educational Psychology
B.S. 1985 Northeastern Louisiana University Psychology
 
Professional Licenses/ Certifications:
  • Licensed Psychological Associate, North Carolina (1993)
Organizational Affiliations:
  • Society for Personality Assessment
  • Southeast Texas Psychological Association
  • Southwestern Psychological Association
Research Interests:
  • Gifted special needs children
  • Anger
  • Test Development
  • School Phobia
  • Student Retention
Additional Information:
  • Student Support Service Grant (Lead Investigator)
  • Ronald McNair Post-Baccalaureate Grant
Publications:
  • Martin, K., & Mann, J.R. (2005).  The effects of yoga on children diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The Lamar University Electronic Journal of Student Research, 2.
  • Mann, J.R., Hunt, M.D., & Alford, J.G. (2004).  Monitored probation: A program that works. Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory, & Practice, 5(3), 245-254.
  • Mann, J.P., & Mann, J.R. (2003).  Sex offender screening in prison. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 21, 33-52.
  • Mann, J.R., & Mann, J.P. (2002).  Anger Screening Test. Unpublished manuscript.
  • Boodoo, G.M., Bradley, C., Frontera, R., Pitts, J., & Wright, L. (1989).  A survey of procedures used for identifying gifted/learning disabled children. Gifted Child Quarterly, 33, 110-114.