Andrea "Andi" D. Clements, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
East Tennessee State University
My ultimate interest professionally and personally is to help people raise healthy, well adjusted children who will grow up to raise healthy well adjusted children. There are many things that go into that physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. This is the focus in the courses I teach which are listed below, the research I do, and my personal life which includes being a mom, working with the college students and twenty-somethings at my church, Heritage Baptist and playing guitar in a service at Heritage called the Simulcast. I am a full professor in the Psychology Department in the College of Arts and Sciences at ETSU. Several times I have taught graduate level courses in South America. I only mention that to offer the chance to show the beautiful pictures. For nitty gritty details, you can read my fascinating vita.
I wrote a book on homeschooling that was published in 2004. You can read about it or even buy one by clicking the picture or clicking here.
Courses I teach:
Principles of Psychological Research (graduate and undergraduate)
Introduction to Psychology
Other Courses I have taught:
Lifespan Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology II
Research, Measurement, and Evaluation
Child and Adolescent Development for Educators
Measurement and Evaluation
Managing Child Behavior
Research in Human Development and Learning
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This page was last updated: 10/06/2009