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Karen Freiberg, Ph.D.

Senior Lecturer Emeritus

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Email: freiberg@umbc.edu
Office: Math/Psychology 333
p.410-455-2309
f.410-455-2309
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Education

Ph.D. – Syracuse University, 1974

Area of Study

Developmental Psychology

Academic Interests

Dr. Freiberg teaches undergraduate courses for the Department of Psychology. When not teaching, she spends much of her time writing. She has written a textbook: Lifespan Human Development,which has gone through 4 editions and won best book of the year award from the American Nurses Association for three of the four editions. Additionally she writes annual editions of whats happening in psychology for McGraw-Hill and creates PowerWeb books as well as test banks. Dr. Freiberg’s background is in nursing and science and her areas of interest are health psychology and physiological psychology.

Selected Publications

Freiberg, Karen. Human Development (02/03). Guilford, CT. Dushkin Publishing Group/McGraw-Hill, 2001.

Freiberg, Karen. Adolescent Psychology (02/03). Guilford, CT. Dushkin Publishing Group/McGraw-Hill, 2001.

Freiberg, Karen. Adult Psychology (02/03). Guilford, CT. Dushkin Publishing Group/McGraw-Hill, 2001.

Freiberg, Karen. Educating Exceptional Children (01/02). Guilford, CT: Dushkin Publishing Group/McGraw-Hill, 2001.