Rachel Pauletti earned her Ph.D. from Florida Atlantic University's department of psychology in 2013. Prior to being appointed as an assistant professor at Lynn University, she worked as an adjunct instructor at Florida Atlantic University, teaching courses in developmental psychology, personality psychology, and statistics. Pauletti also worked as a postdoctoral research associate in Florida Atlantic University's psychology department from 2013 to 2015. Pauletti's research interests include childhood aggression, narcissism, and gender identity. She has authored articles in several scholarly journals, including the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and Child Development.
B.A., Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College at Florida Atlantic University
M.A., Florida Atlantic University
Ph.D., Florida Atlantic University
Rachel Pauletti's teaching philosophy is to encourage learning by introducing students to the real-world applications of the material. She uses a variety of media and resources to demonstrate how important psychological concepts can be utilized to explain human behavior in consumer decision making, politics, education, parenting, and professional environments. It is Pauletti's goal that all students leave the classroom with an understanding of how concepts are important to them and how gaining a better understanding of the material can prepare them for success in both their professional and personal lives.
Dialogues of Self and Society
Orientation to the Study of Psychology