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Medha Talpade

Contributing Faculty

College of Psychology and Community Services

School of Psychology

Degree Program Ph.D. Psychology

Over 25 years in higher education. Masters in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Doctorate in Experimental Psychology and Statistics

Courses Taught

RSCH 8100 - Research Theory

PSYC 9000 - Dissertation

PSYC 8252 - Theories and Themes of Psyc

PSYC 8241 - Human Motivation

PSYC 8000 - Foundations for Graduate Studies

PSYC 8004 - Foundations in Graduate Studies Psyc

RSCH 6110 - Rsch Theory, Design, Methods


PhD, University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa, AL

MA, Middle Tennessee State University - Murfreesboro , TN

Awards / Honors

Nominated and appointed as Member at Large by the SEPA board, 2018-2019, Southeastern Psychological Association, 2018


Talpade, M. S. (2010). Project HEALTH: Stages of Secondary Sexual characteristics and Nutrition related Correlates. North American Journal of Psychology.

Talpade, M. S. (2008). Hispanic- versus African-American girls: Nutrition, body image perceptions and early sexual maturation. North American Journal of Psychology.

Talpade, M. S., Graham, A., Lynch, D., Lattimore, B. (2009). Juvenile adolescent substance abuse prevention program: An evaluation. International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy.

Talpade, M. S., Clark, L. (2018). Benefits of mindfulness on African American stress levels and success.. Published in the proceedings of the National Conference On Undergraduate Research (NCUR).

Talpade, M. S., Talpade, S., Lattimore, B. (2010). Healing and Hope for the Homeless: An evaluation of Project Excell. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation.


Talpade, M. S. (2018). Impact of a Sankofa pedagogical technique on research skills among minority undergraduate students. . Southeastern Psychological Association.