M.A., University of Colorado at Denver
B.A., Harvard University
Allison Hagood has taught at ACC since 2004. She earned a M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver and an A.B. (Artium Baccalaureus) in Psychology and Social Relations at Harvard University. Before her teaching career began, Professor Hagood's career involved clinical and research experience with adult mental disorders (with a specialization in schizophrenia), as well as work with the community correctional system.
Distinguished Faculty 2010-2011, 2016-2017
M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Colorado at Denver, Denver, CO
A.B., Psychology and Social Relations, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
Professor Hagood teaches (campus-based and online):
General Psychology courses (PSY 101 and PSY 102)
Stress Management (PSY 116)
Psychology of Gender (PSY 205)
Social Psychology (PSY 226)
Human Growth and Development (PSY 235)
Abnormal Psychology (PSY 249)
Professor Hagood's professional background and interests include the diagnosis and treatment of adult mental disorders (with a specialization in schizophrenia), cognitive psychology, life-span development, and neuroscience. She is the co-author of "Your Baby's Best Shot: Why Vaccines are Safe and Save Lives."
Professor Hagood enjoys camping, hiking, gardening, and crafts, and plays several musical instruments.