BA, Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
MA, Psychology, University of Delaware
PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Delaware
Statistics for SBS
Quantitative Research Methods
Child and Adolescent Development
Psychology of Health and Illness
Psychology of the Exceptional Child
My goal is to help students see the relevance of Psychology in their everyday lives. In particular, I am especially interested in helping undergraduates conduct their own research, and I hope to help students see the excitement and relevance of statistics and research methods.
Sabo, H. M., & Dasch-Yee, K. (2013, March). Attitudes toward psychiatric disorders and related stimuli among college students. Poster presented at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.
Dasch, K. B., Russell, H. F., Kelly, E. H., Gorzkowski, J. A., Mulcahey, M. J., Betz, R. R., & Vogel, L. C. (2011). Coping in caregivers of youth with spinal cord injury. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 18, 361-371.
Dasch, K. B., Cohen, L. H., Belcher, A., Laurenceau, J.-P., Kendall, J., Siegel, S., Parrish, B., & Graber, E. (2010). Affective differentiation in breast cancer patients. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 33, 441-453.
Dasch, K., Cohen, L., Sahl, J., & Gunthert, K. (2008). Moderating effects of sociotropy and autonomy on affective and self-esteem reactivity to daily stressors. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 32, 177-195.
My research interests focus on stress and coping. I encourage any students who are interested in conducting independent research to contact me.