Erin Donohue, Ph.D.

Academic Degrees:
  • B.S., Worcester State University
  • M.A., University of Connecticut
  • Ph.D., University of Connecticut
Areas of Interest:

Developmental Psychology, Emotional and Social Development, the Influence of Parenting on Child Development

Areas of Research:

My primary research interest is to examine familial self-regulation, specifically emotion-regulation, during times of trauma and life transition across the lifespan. My secondary research interest investigates how major life events reshape parenting and the parent-child relationship.  My third research interest focuses on testing emotion regulation practices and coping mechanisms in family interventions that aim to decrease family stress.  I draw on quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods to address my research goals.

Courses Taught:
  • PSYC 111 – Introductory Psychology 
  • PSYC 235 – Research Methods 
  • PSYC 349 – Motivation and Emotion 
  • PSYC 360 – Developmental Psychology
  • NRSG 551Family Systems (Graduate Level)  
Erin Donohue
Erin Donohue, Ph.D., assistant professor

CSB Main 370
[email protected]

College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Dr. Robert Kachelski
Chair, Psychology Department
CSB Main 368