Diane E. Wille

Professor of Psychology

    Education:  PH.D.  Wayne State University  1987
                       M.A.   Wayne State University  1982
                       B.A.    University of Northern Iowa 1979

   Address:  School of Social Sciences
                   Indiana University Southeast
                   4201 Grant Line Road
                   New Albany, IN  47150

   e-mail address: dwille@ius.edu

Recent papers:

Read the Textbook – Please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(STP-MPA, April, 2010).

Read the Textbook - Please.doc

Predicting Adolescent Romantic Relations and Peer Attachment (Society for Research on Adolescence, March, 2010).

Predicting Adolescent Romantic Relations and Peer Attachment.pdf

Predicting Adolescents’ Self Report of Attachment Due to Parents’ Availability from Infancy to Adolescence (Society for Research on Adolescence, March, 2010)


                        Predicting Adolescents' Self Report of Attachment Due to Parents' Availability from Infancy to Adolescence.pdf


Using the Family Systems Model to Investigate the Relation Between Parental Sensitivity and Infant Attachment

                                                     Sensitivity and attachment.doc


Passport to the University: Using cognitive mapping to increase student knowledge of and connection to the University.

Paper presented at the College Teachers of Under Graduate Psychology poster session, Midwest Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

                                                      Passport to the University.ppt

Co-parenting Attitudes of Foster Parents.  Paper presented at the Indiana Academy of Social Sciences meeting, New Albany, IN.

                                          Co-parenting Attitudes of Foster Parents.ppt

Here are Developmental Psychology and Psychology cites you may want to check out.

Last updated: 4/18/10
Send comments to: DWILLE@ius.edu