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Indiana University Bloomington

Linda Sinex

Dr. Linda Sinex

Senior Lecturer

 

lsinex [at] indiana.edu

office: PY A200D | (812)855-2045

Educational Background

  • 2006 - Ph.D. in Educational Psychology with minor in Human Development, Indiana University Bloomington
  • 1981 - M.S. in Counseling with minor in Educational Psychology, Indiana University Bloomington
  • 1977 - B.A. in Psychology with minor in Sociology, Indiana University Bloomington

Courses

  • P102 - Introductory Psychology II
  • P315 - Developmental Psychology
  • P357 - Girls in Adolescence
  • P457 - Taking Psychology to Business
  • P460 - Psychology of Women

Areas of Interest

  • Service Learning: Girls in Adolescence is a service learning course that will be offered in Spring 2010. This course examines the psychological changes that occur in girls as they progress through adolescence. The primary focus will be on socially constructed gender-typed influences from early adolescence to early adulthood. In addition, the course will apply this scientific and theoretical knowledge of adolescent development to the service learning setting.
  • Research Interests: The influences of socially constructed gender roles on the psychology of girls and women.

Representative Publications

Brantlinger, A.M., Hoke-Sinex, L., & Brantlinger, E. (in press). Diversity (SES, ethnicity, language). In Thomas L. Good (Ed.), 21st Century Education (Vol. 1, Chap. 9). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Hoke-Sinex, L. (2004). Discovering the gender lens: The influence of an introductory gender studies course on personal change, dissertation.

Hoke-Sinex, L. (2001). Gender-typed behaviors in a non-traditional classroom: Can we expand the boundaries?, poster session presentation, Society for Research in Child Development, April 2001, Biennial Conference, Minnesota.

Hoke-Sinex, L. (2001). Crossing the boundaries: Patterns of non-stereotypic gender role development, poster session presentation, Society for Research in Child Development, April 2001, Biennial Conference, Minnesota.