Faculty and Staff: Joan C. Cuffie
Temporary Lecturer in Psychology, and (Ag.) Head
Ms Cuffie holds a Bachelor degree of Arts with Education and a Masters of Arts in Education, both from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. She is completing a Ph.D in Educational Psychology.
Research interests include: Psychological Safety and Adolescent Development.
Cuffie, J.C. (2006). Eugenia Charles and the Psychology of Leadership. In E. Barriteau & A. Cobley (Eds.), Enjoying Power: Eugenia Charles and Political Leadership in the Commonwealth Caribbean. Kingston, Jamaica: University of the West Indies Press.
Barrow-Giles, C. & Cuffie, J.C. (2002). Gender, Education & Political Volitions of Barbadians: Perceptions towards Regional Integration: The Case of Barbados-OECS Initiative. Journal of Caribbean History, 36, 2.
Richardson, A.G. & Cuffie, J.C. (1999). Subject Choice, Sex-Role Orientation and Learning Style: A Study of Sixth-Form Students in Trinidad and Tobago. In A. Richardson (Ed.), Caribbean Adolescents and Youth: Contemporary Issues in Personality Development and Behaviour. New York: Caribbean Diaspora Press, Inc.
Richardson, A.G. & Cuffie, J.C. (1997).
University Students’ Approaches to Studying: Some Caribbean Findings. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 1, 68-75.
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