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Nicole Schnopp-Wyatt
Department of School of Professional Counseling
Title:Regional Academic Director
Degrees:Ph.D. 1999 University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Psychology

M.A. 1997 University of Illinois, Chicago, IL
Psychology

B.S. 1993 Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio
Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, Psychology Honors
E-mail:wyattn@lindsey.edu
Phone:(304) 633-4037
Courses:

Research Methods and Statistics (graduate and undergraduate)

Counseling Theories—Cognitive/Behavioral and Affective

Foundations of Counseling and Educational Technology

Diagnosis of Mental & Emotional Disorders
Teaching Experience:

Associate Professor, Regional Academic Director
2008-present Lindsey Wilson School of Professional Counseling, Columbia, KY

Chair, Division of Social Sciences
2006-2008 Pikeville College, Pikeville, KY

Associate Professor
2003-2008 Pikeville College, Pikeville, KY

Assistant Professor
1999-2003 Pikeville College, Pikeville, KY

Teaching Fellow
1998-1999 Morehead State University, Morehead, KY

Instructor
1997 University of Illinois, Chicago

Service:
  • Regional Academic Director for Crossroads region
    • Ashland Community and Technical College
    • Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College
    • Maysville Community and Technical College
    • Big Sandy Community and Technical College
  • Graduate Student Adviser for Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College
  •  Adjunct Faculty Mentor
  •  Course Steward: undergraduate Research Methods and Statistics

 

Publications:

Publications

Leathers, S., Schnopp-Wyatt, N., & Kelley, M. A. (1996, August). Transition to Parenthood Project. Prevention Research Center. Grant report to NIH.

Newman, L.S., Duff, K.J., Schnopp-Wyatt, N., Brock, B., & Hoffman, &. (1997). Reactions to the O.J. Simpson verdict: "Mindless tribalism" or motivated inference processes? Journal of Social Issues, 53, 547-562.

Tsang, P.S., Shaner, T.L., & Schnopp-Wyatt, E.N. (1995). Age, attention, expertise and time- sharing performance (Report No. EPL-95-1, NIA Grant AG08589). Dayton, OH: Wright State University.

Presentations and Papers

Davis, J., Damron, J., Stiltner, K. & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2001, March). Extending the Mozart effect: Rock is disturbing. Poster presented at the Committee for Equality of Professional Opportunity (CEPO) Undergraduate Research Program held during the annual Southeastern Psychological Association conference in Atlanta.

Diamond, S. S., Schklar, J., Harris, T., Lavery, T. A., Schnopp-Wyatt, N, and Xiao, M. (1998,March). Judicial reactions to expert testimony. Paper presented at the Biennial Conference of the American Psychology-Law Society in Rodondo Beach, California.

Diamond, S. S., Harris, T. E., Lavery, T. A., McKinney, L. C. Schklar, J., Schnopp-Wyatt, N., & Xiao, M. (1997, August). The experience of scientific experts in the legal system. In S. S. Diamond & J. Schklar (Chairs), Decisions about scientific evidence: Forensic scientists, expert witnesses, and laypersons. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Fleming, A., Blackburn, A., & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2003, March). Collectivists within an individualistic society: Examining collectivism among Appalachians. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the South eastern Psychological Association in New Orleans.

Fleming, A., Riffe, D., Slayers, J., Hammond, H., Blair, R., Webb, C, Newsome, S., Howie, J., Schnopp-Wyatt, N., & Schnopp-Wyatt, D. (2003, March). Sissystrata: A Short Film and Facilitated Discussion about Patriarchy and Violence. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Appalachian Studies Association in Richmond, KY.

Leathers, S., Kelley, M. A., & Schnopp-Wyatt, E. N. (1996, November). Pregnancy intendedness: Antecedents and consequences among primiparous women and their partners. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in New York.

Leathers, S., Kelley, M. A., & Schnopp-Wyatt, E. N. (1996, November). Mental health consequences of unintended pregnancy: The importance of considering the context of the couple. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in New York.

Newman, L. S., Duff, K., & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (1997, May). Reactions to the Simpson verdict. Paper presentation at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2007, March). Collectivists in an individualistic culture: Individualism and collectivism in Appalachia. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Appalachian Studies Association in Marysville, TN.

Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2000, March). Expert testimony in rape trials: Prejudicial or probative? Poster presented at the Biennial Conference of the American Psychology-Law Society in New Orleans.

Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2000, Oct.) Collectivists in an individualistic culture. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Anthropologists and Sociologists of Kentucky at Pikeville College, KY.

Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (1997, May). Women's reactions to types of street harassment. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago, Illinois.

Schnopp-Wyatt, N., & Ison, D. (1999, May). Students' attitudes about rape. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the South eastern Psychological Association in Savannah, Georgia.

Shepherd, J., & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2006, Oct). Appalachian High-School Students' College Aspirations: Obstacles and Inspirations. Ledford Scholars Project Report presented at the annual Appalachian College Association Summit in Abington, VA.

Slater, E. & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (2001, March). Parental encouragement and students' post- high school plans: Education in Appalachia. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association in Atlanta, GA.

Tsang, P. S., & Schnopp-Wyatt, N. (1994, May). Attentional demands of object perception. Poster presented at the Symposium on Converging Operations in the Study of Visual Selective Attention at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

 

Biography:

I have been with Lindsey Wilson School of Professional Counseling since 2008-I enthusiastically support the mission of SPC. I am student centered in my role as professor and Regional Academic Director.

My research interests involve social and cultural factors that affect the self-concept. I am currently examining the cultural worldview of Appalachians and implications for counseling.

I returned to my ancestral roots in Eastern Kentucky. I currently reside in the beautiful mountains of Pike County with my husband and colleague, Daniel, and my daughter, Indigo Elise.

 

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