Dr. Elizabeth Matteo
Associate Professor of Psychology
Representative Courses Taught
- Introductory Psychology
- Social Psychology
- History and Systems
- Lifespan Development
- Research Methods
- Senior Seminar
- Ph. D Psychology, Lehigh University
- MS, M Ed. Psychology and Human Development, Lehigh University
- BS Psychology, University of Oregon
- BFA Studio Art, Binghamton University
- Matteo, E. & Ferrari (2014). A social psychological approach to mission assessment. Journal of Management, Spirituality, and Religion, 1-13.
- Ferrari, J., Bottom, T., & Matteo, E. (2014). Sense of community, inclusion, and religious pluralism: A comparison of two Catholic universities. Religious Education.109 (2), 1-14.
- Matteo, E., Bottom, T., & Ferrari, J. (2013). Measuring students’ perceptions of institutional identity: Validating the DePaul Mission and Values Inventory at a Franciscan University. Journal of Catholic Higher Education. 32 (2), 123-188.
- Matteo, E. A qualitative study of undergraduates’ conceptualizations of mental illness. (2013). Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community. Special Issue: Education and Training for Social Justice, Community Activism, and Civic Engagement.
- You, D., & Matteo, E. (February, 2013). Assessing the effectiveness of undergraduate diversity courses using the Multicultural Experiences Questionnaire. Journal of College and Character.
- Bottom, T.L., Ferrari, J.R., Matteo, E. & Todd, N.R. (2013). Assessing school sense of community, inclusion, and religious pluralism: Students’ perceptions at two Catholic universities. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 41(1). Special Issue: The Campus as Community: Student Perceptions of Their Faith-Based University.
- Karahalios, V.S., Williams, S.M., Ferrari, J.R., & Matteo, E. (2013). Written in their own voice: First-year and older student perceptions of their university’s identity. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 41(1). Special Issue: The Campus as Community: Student Perceptions of Their Faith-Based University.
- Ferrari, J. R., Matteo, E. Karahalios, V. & Williams, S. (2012). “I can make a valuable difference in my community”: community service self-efficacy at two faith-based universities. The Community Psychologist.
- Matteo, E., & You, D. (2012). Reducing mental illness stigma in the classroom. Teaching of Psychology, 2.
- Matteo, E. (2012). A person-scholar approach to mission. Association of Franciscan Colleges and Universities Best Practices Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 2 [March].
- Moskowitz, G.B., Li, P., & Kirk (Matteo), E. (2004). The implicit volition model: On the preconscious regulation of temporarily adopted goals. In M. P. Zanna (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (Vol. 3, pp. 317–413). San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
- Matteo, E. Bringing the ‘Other’ into the Classroom: An Intervention to Reduce Mental Illness Stigma in Undergraduates, Eastern Psychological Association, March 2012, Pittsburgh, PA.
- You, D. & Matteo, E. Assessing the Effectiveness of Diversity Courses Using the Multicultural Experiences Questionnaire. Association of Moral Education, October 2012, San Antonio, TX.
- Hartman, R. Symanski, M. & Matteo, E. A Collaborative Team Approach to Women’s Health Research in a Leadership Focused PhD Program, Women in Educational Leadership Conference, October 2011, Lincoln, Nebraska.
- Matteo, E. & You, D. The Value in Assessing Moral Education: Aligning Institutional Mission with Practice. Association of Moral Education, October 2011, Nanjing, China.
- Matteo, E. & Delbene, R. The Role of Applied Linguistics Research in the Reduction of Mental Illness Stigma. American Association of Applied Linguistics, March 2011, Chicago, Il.
- Warchal, J. Ruiz, A. & Matteo, E. Gender Equity in Higher Education. American Psychological Association, Annual Meeting, August, 2007, San Francisco.
- Kirk (Matteo), E., Kreb, J., Hennings, M. The Creative Unconscious. European Association of Experimental Social Psychology. Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Groningen, Netherlands, August 2004.