Fall 2017 Course Offerings:
PSYC 250 000A Human Growth and Development (campus-semester)
PSYC 250 000B Human Growth and Development (campus-semester)
PSYC 250 000C Human Growth and Development (campus-semester)
PSYC 431 049A Psychological Tests and Measurements (online-semester)
Jared Bartels received his Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Memphis in 2008. He then worked as a postdoctoral associate in the Center for Learning Innovation at the University of Minnesota Rochester and taught at several other colleges before coming to Peru State College.
Dr. Bartels has been involved in clinical neuropsychology research examining the psychometric properties of various assessment tools such as the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children. This research has been published in various journals including the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment and Aging, Neuropsychology and Cognition, and the International Journal of Neuroscience. His primary research interests, however, are in educational psychology and the teaching of psychology. In education psychology, Dr. Bartels’ research efforts have been aimed at examining how dispositional avoidance motivation undermines student’s self-regulated learning and performance. His teaching of psychology research interests are in the presentation of classic studies including the Stanford Prison study. This work has resulted in recent publications in Psychology Learning and Teaching and Teaching of Psychology. He has also coauthored a social psychology textbook, Social Psychology for Today’s World.
Dr. Bartels has taught a range of undergraduate courses including Human Growth and Development, which he teaches at Peru State. While passionate about teaching, he also appreciates opportunities to mentor student research and has presented with students at numerous regional, national and international conferences.
Originally from Iowa, Dr. Bartels is an avid Iowa Hawkeye fan and enjoys spending time with his wife, Flannery, and two sons, August and Jude.