Dr. Alinde Moore
Alinde Moore is a full professor in the department of psychology at Ashland University, where she has taught since 1985. She chaired the department from 1989-2007. She earned her B.S. in education in biology from Miami University in 1966; she earned a M.S. in education – school psychometry from Butler University in 1975; and she earned a Ph.D. in educational psychology from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign in 1989. Her doctoral dissertation involved a five-year qualitative study of the coping skills of poor elderly women trying to live as independently as possible in their own homes. At Ashland University, she received the Mentor Award in 1993 and the Taylor Teaching Award in 1999. She founded the Psi Chi Honor Society and served as its advisor for many years. She currently teaches General Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, History of Psychology, Psychology of Aging and the Pre-professional seminar and Adult Development in the Education Leadership Doctoral Program. She has also taught Psychology of Learning, Death and Dying, Psychology of Adjustment and Abnormal Psychology. Her research for the last 15 years relates to older widowers. Her publications include a book, book chapters in edited books and peer-review articles. She has made 27 conference paper presentations, some internationally. Current research relates to STNAs and she supervises the Memory Project. In Ashland, Ohio, she helped found the Hospice of North Central Ohio, Inc., has served on the board for 16 years, and served on the Ohio Hospice Board for three years. She helps train the Hospice volunteers and is currently past president of the board.