- By appointment
Polly Dunn received her B.A. with honors in Psychology from the University of Memphis and her M.S. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Auburn University. She completed an internship in clinical child psychology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Sparks Clinics. Currently, she is an Adjunct Faculty of Psychology at Auburn University, where she has been since 1999. She serves as the Director of the Auburn University Psychological Services Center (AUPSC; 334-844-4889). AUPSC was founded to provide psychological services to individuals, families, and groups in and around Auburn, Alabama and serves as a clinical training facility for graduate students in the Psychology Department at Auburn University.
- 1993, B.A., Psychology, University of Memphis
- 1996, M.S., Clinical Psychology, Auburn University
- 1999, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Auburn University
- PSYC8910, Clinical Practicum
- PSYC8310, Introduction to Clinical Ethics and Methods
- Dunn, P.B. & Shapiro, S.K. (1999). Gender differences in the achievement goal orientation of ADHD children. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 23, 327-344.
Last Updated: January 14, 2014