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Logan Gillen Love

Title:

Instructor of Psychology

School:

School of Behavioral and Health Sciences

Office Location:

Bristol Campus: Bristol Hall

Office Phone:

423-652-4860

Email:




"Knowing what you cannot do is more important than knowing what you can do. In fact, that's good taste." - Lucille Ball

 

Biography

My desire to learn started as a student at King where I pursued studies in music and psychology.   I attended East Tennessee State University and obtained an MA in Counseling with an interest in helping those with low self-esteem and disordered eating.  I co-founded a small organization, SHINE, to raise awareness for eating disorders.  I worked for a few years counseling children and youth and decided I wanted to transition to teaching.  At King, I teach mainly developmental psychology courses.  I am fascinated by the rate at which infants and children learn and grow and I thoroughly enjoy educating others about this subject.  In my free time, I enjoy playing the piano, reading, sitting in the sun, and spending time with my husband Johnny and my daughter Stella Rosemary.

 



Education

  • PhD in General Psychology, Capella University
  • MA in Counseling, Marriage and Family Concentration, East Tennessee State University
  • BA in Music, Piano Performance, King University

Recent Publications and Presentations

Presented for National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, East Tennessee State University - 2013, 2014

 


Current research

Dissertation: Clinicians' Perceptions of Eating Disorders in Rural Areas, 2017


Courses recently taught

PSYC 1520 LECT General Psychology
PSYC 2200 LECT Marriage and the Family
PSYC 3050 LECT Lifespan Human Development
PSYC 3300 LECT Lifespan Human Development
PSYC 3310 LECT Child Development
PSYC 3320 LECT Adolescent Development