Assistant Professor of Psychology
College of Education & Behavioral Sciences
Molly Jameson is an educational psychologist who graduated with her PhD in educational psychology, emphases in human development and statistics/research methodology, from Ball State University. She teaches courses in Psychological Measurement, Principles of Learning, Educational Assessment, and Educational Psychology. Her research focuses on the development and expression of math anxiety across the lifespan, as well as the measurement and assessment of math anxiety in different populations of students. She has published a developmentally-appropriate math anxiety scale for primary grades children, served for six years as departmental assessment coordinator at a state university in Ohio, and is the School of Psychological Sciences’ Assessment Coordinator beginning fall 2016 at UNC. Dr. Jameson’s passion for quality assessment across educational contexts has developed out of her experiences as both a student and a professor, her understanding of the importance of quality assessment, and her desire to assist faculty in understanding how assessment, instruction, and learning are interwoven.