Janice C. Stapley, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Rutgers, The State University of NJ
MA, Rutgers, The State University of NJ
BA, Russell Sage College
Office: Howard Hall, Room 142
CV URL: JaniceStapley's CV
Regularly Taught Courses:
FY 101: Psychology of Gender
PY 204: Adolescent Psychology
PY 222: Industrial Psychology
PY/AN 221: Qualitative Methods
PY320: Research III: Experimental Methods and Laboratory
PY 335L: Lab in Gender and Sex Roles
PY 491: Research IV: Thesis in Psychology
Special areas of interest are developmental psychology and emotion. Research program is focused on gender differences in normal and pathological emotion and emotional development during adolescence and emerging adulthood. Other areas of expertise include mixed-methods research and qualitative research; the application of developmental psychology to industrial/organizational psychology and human resources; and college adjustment and academic advising.
Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood
Eastern Psychological Association
National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)
Jersey Shore Assocation for Human Resources (JSAHR)
Association for Psychological Science
Van Volkom, M., Stapley, J. C., & Amaturo, V.* (2014). Revisiting the digital divide: Generational differences in technology use in everyday life.
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Stapley, J. C. (2014). Music and emotion regulation among emerging adults. In F. R.Spielhagen and P. D. Schwartz (eds.) Adolescence in the 21rst Century (pp. 225-238). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, Inc
Van Volkom, M., Stapley, J. C., & Malter, J*. (2013). Use and perception of technology: Sex and generational differences in a community sample. Educational Gerontology, 39, 729-740.
Houman, K., & Stapley, J. C. (2013) The college experience for students with chronic illness: Implications for academic advising. NACADA Journal, 33,61-70.
Gissubel, K., & Stapley, J. C. (2012, December) Developmental insights to enhance communication with students. Academic Advising Today
Stapley, J. C. (2009). Gender differences in messages of children’s birthday cards: Socialization of agency and emotion. In K. Weekes (ed.) Privilege and Prejudice: Twenty Years with the Invisible Knapsack. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Stapley, J. C., Houman, K., & Noonan, J. (2014, April). Counseling emerging adults with chronic illnesses. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NJ Counseling Association.
Noonan, J.*, Stapley, J. C., & Gissubel, K. (2013, September). AP Psychology experiences and college success. Paper presented at the Atlantic Coast Teaching of Psychology Conference in Red Bank, NJ.
Stapley, J. C. (2013, April). Moderated a session "Gender and Society" at the NJ Women's and Gender Study Consortium's 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Colloquium, Trenton, NJ.
Van Volkom, M., & Stapley, J. C. (2013, March). Similarities and differences in attitudes toward technology across three generations of adults. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.
Stapley, J. C. (2012, April) Music and emotion regulation among emerging adults. CARD: Conference on Emerging Adulthood, Newburgh, NY.
Stapley, J. C., Gissubel, K., Kelly*, G., Cinque*, A., & Dillaway*, K. (2012, March) Emotion regulation and self-efficacy among at-risk college students. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA
Stapley, J. C & Houman*, K. (2011, October) The college experience for emerging adults with a chronic illness. Poster presented at the 5th Conference on Emerging Adulthood, New Providence, Rhode Island.
Stapley, J. C. & Jeffers*, M. R. (2011, October) Psycho-educational training in emotion regulation using music among emerging adults transitioning to college. Poster presented at the 5th Conference on Emerging Adulthood, New Providence, Rhode Island.
Stapley, J. C & Gissubel, K. (2011, September). High School AP Psychology and University Research Lab Collaboration: A win-win scenario. Atlantic Conference on Teaching of Psychology, Long Branch, NJ.