Stephanie Clancy Dollinger | Psychology | SIU

Southern Illinois University



College of Liberal Arts

Stephanie Clancy Dollinger

Associate Professor, Brain & Cognitive Sciences

Stephanie Clancy Dollinger

Office: Life Science II 275D
Phone: (618) 453-3557

Dr. Clancy Dollinger earned her Ph.D. in Lifespan Developmental Psychology from Syracuse University and a M.A. from Marist College in Clinical/Community Psychology. She is cross appointed to SIU School of Medicine and an affiliate of the Center for Integrated Research in Cognitive and Neural Sciences. Her research interests include cognitive and neural correlates of successful aging, health, and identity in later adulthood and predictors of well-being in caregivers. She has published in Developmental Psychology, Brain and Cognition, Experimental Aging Research, Clinical Gerontologist, Journal of Adult Development and Educational Gerontology.

Ph.D., Syracuse University

caregiving issues and interventions related to coping, health and well-being; correlates of successful aging in older adults; cognitive aging; life-span identity development

PSYC 303: Adolescence/Young Adulthood
PSYC 304: Adulthood and Aging
PSYC 499: Senior Honors in Psychology
PSYC 517: Aging, Memory and Cognition
PSYC 554: Life-span Developmental Psychology

Graduate Advisees
Cassandra Dinius
EiEi Hlaing
Sherrie Parks

Representative Publications:

Chwalisz, K., & Clancy Dollinger, S. M. (2009).  Evidence-based practice with family caregivers.  In R. G. Frank, B. R. Caplan, & M. Rosenthal (Eds.,) Handbook of Rehabilitation Psychology (2nd Ed.).  Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association.

Clancy Dollinger, S. M., Chwalisz, K., & Zerth, E. O. (2006). Tele-help Line for Caregivers (TLC): A comprehensive telehealth intervention for rural family caregivers. Clinical Gerontologist, 30, 51-64.

Dollinger, S. J., & Clancy Dollinger, S. M. (2003). Individuality in young and middle adulthood: An autophotographic study. Journal of Adult Development, 10227-236.

Clancy Dollinger, S. M. & DiLalla, L. F. (Eds.) (1997). Assessment and intervention issues across the lifespan. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Clancy, S. M., & Hoyer, W. J. (1994). Age and skill in visual search. Developmental Psychology, 30, 545-552.