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Linda Webster

female professor

Learning does not occur in a vacuum; it occurs within the context of a relationship.

Just as relationships with teachers are an essential part of the classroom experience for all children, so too do I believe that the relationships I create with my students at Pacific are an essential part of their growth and development as professionals.

Furthermore, I see each relationship as extending in time beyond the student-professor relationship here at Pacific to a lifelong professional relationship that is mutually beneficial and rewarding.

Education


1988

Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
School Psychology/Human Development

1984

M.A. University of California, Berkeley
Educational Psychology

1981

B.A. California State University, Fresno
Psychology

Research Interests


  • Child Maltreatment
  • Measurement of attachment
  • Assessment of attachment disorders
  • Teacher-student relationships and the impact on learning

lwebster@pacific.edu