Mary Saczawa


Visiting Assistant Professor in Psychological Science

Mary is a developmental psychologist interested in social-cognitive and physiological risk factors for emotional and behavioral problems in adolescents.  Her research focuses on three main areas: perceptions of popularity and social status, the timing of puberty relative to peers, and adrenal stress hormones (cortisol and DHEA).


A.A. Oxford College of Emory University; B.S. Emory University; M.S., Ph.D. University of Florida

Courses Taught


PSY-225 (Statistics and Research Methods II), PSY-225 (Statistics and Research Methods II Lab), and PSY-344 (AT:Dev Psychopath)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
PSY-225Statistics and Research Methods II Lab42017/FA and 2017/SP
PSY-100General Psychology32017/FA and 2016/FA
PSY-225Statistics and Research Methods II32017/FA, 2017/SP, and 2016/FA
PSY-120Psych Heroes/Villains22018/JN and 2017/JN
PSY-232Social Psychology12017/SP
PSY-344AT:Dev Psychopath12017/SP