Ph.D., University of Georgia, 1999
M.S., University of Georgia, 1996
B.S., College of William and Mary,
Williamsburg, VA, 1993
PSYC 210: Developmental Psych
PSYC 290: Psych Research and Stats
PSYC 356: Psychology of Gender
PSYC 376: Sport Psychology
PSYC 387: Childhood Disorders
PSYC 386: Adolescent Development
PSYC 390: Psych Design & Analysis
PSYC 499: Theories of Developmental Psych
Maria Bartini began teaching at MCLA in the Fall of 2001. She received her Ph.D. in Life-Span Developmental Psychology in 1999 from the University of Georgia. Prior to MCLA, Dr. Bartini taught at the University of North Carolina at Asheville for two years.
At MCLA, Dr. Bartini has taught Developmental Psychology, Adolescent Development, Adulthood and Aging, Psychology of Gender, Statistical Methods in Psychology, Research Design and Analysis, and Research Seminar in Relational Aggression. She also developed the upper-level Psychology elective Childhood Disorders and a service course for Education licensure students, Applied Developmental Psychology.
Dr. Bartini's research focuses on social development in adolescence, primarily aggression and victimization in schools. Students play an integral role in her research program and they have collaborated on numerous regional and national conference presentations. Dr. Bartini's work has been published in several journals, including Sex Roles, Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, American Educational Research Journal, and Journal of Educational Psychology.