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Virginia N. Iannone , Ph.D.
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, The Catholic University of America
M.A. Clinical Psychology, The Catholic University of America
B.S. Psychology, The University of Scranton
2016-Present: Professor of Psychology
2010-2016: Associate Professor of Psychology
2007-2010: Assistant Professor of Psychology
2002-2007: Adjunct Professor
Towson University and Stevenson University
Dr. Iannone's research program focuses on various aspects of sport and performance psychology. Her current projects include:
- The Athlete Transition Study, a national study investigating the retirement transition of professional and elite athletes. (Co-Principal Investigator)
- The Impact of COVID-19 on Collegiate Athletes and Non-Athletes (Principal Investigator)
- The Development of a Growth Mindset Scale for Athletes (Principal Investigator)
Dr. Iannone created the Professional Development sequence for undergraduate psychology majors and serves as the Field Placement and Internship Coordinator for the Psychology Department. In addition to teaching standard courses in the curriculum, she has developed and taught many topics courses in her area of expertise including Sport Psychology and Performance Enhancement, The Psychology of Self-Love and Resilience, and Transformational Leadership.
Dr. Iannone also teaches in the doctoral program where she has developed two courses: Introduction to Psychotherapy and Psychotherapy Theories.
2020- Graduate of the American Psychological Association's Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology
2018- Honorary Induction into the National Society for Leadership and Success
2017- Rose Dawson Award for Excellence in Teaching, Stevenson University
2016- Excellence in Teaching Award, National Society for Leadership and Success
2015- Teaching with Technology Award, Stevenson University
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