About Julie A McIntyre
Julie Guay McIntyre, a developmental psychologist, is an associate professor of psychology at Russell Sage College. Before coming to Sage, she taught for a year at SUNY Adirondack.
Dr. McIntyre loves teaching and getting students excited about keeping up with current research in both the popular press and scholarly journals. She is also a supplements author for a number of psychology textbooks; her most recent work includes test item development and writing instructor manuals.
Recent Courses Taught
Psychology of Disability
Distinctions & Awards
Jorgensen, R. S., Dusek, J. B., Richards, S., & McIntyre, J. G. (2009). An experimental investigation of consistency in female undergraduates’ reports of coping efforts for the same vs. different stressful situations. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science. 41, 51-54.
Chew, S. L. , Bartlett, R., Dobbins, J., Hammer, E. Y., Kite, M. Loop, T., McIntyre, J. G., & Rose, K. C. (2009). A contextual approach to teaching: Bridging goals and outcomes. In D. F. Halpern (Ed.). (2009).Undergraduate education in psychology: A blueprint for the future of the discipline. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.