Rolande Murray has been in higher education for the past 25 years. She earned her PhD from Northeastern University in the area of personality/developmental psychology. Upon earning her PhD, she completed her post-doctoral work at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School. There, her training was in prevention science with a focus on epidemiological work centered on mental health, substance abuse, and classroom intervention/prevention.
Dr. Murray has worked as a contributing faculty as Walden University for the past 10 years. She has worked exclusively with doctoral candidates in the PSYC 9000 and 8185 courses.
PSYC 9000 - Dissertation
PSYC 8185 - Write a Quality Prospectus
BS, Stony Brook University
MS, Northeastern University
PhD, Northeastern University
Awards / Honors
NIMH Minority Investigator Supplemental Award, Johns Hopkins School Hygiene and Public Health, 1998
Legum, H., Schmitt, B., Murray, R., O'Bryant, B., Owens-Southall, M., Byrnes, A., Jeter, R. (2011). Effect of Distance Learning on Undergraduate Students' "IT" Self-efficacy and Anxiety Levels. The American Association of Behavioral and Social Sciences Journal
Roter, D., Hall, J., Merisca, R., Ruehle, B., Creten, D., Svarstad, B., Murray, R. (1998). Effectiveness of interventions to improve patient compliance: A meta analysis. Medical Care