Rachel Grover, Ph.D., teaches psychology courses of all levels at Loyola, from introductory psychology to research methods and clinical applications; she also supervises doctoral students at the Loyola Clinical Centers. She researches social skills development in adolescence and young adulthood, and child anxiety. She has particular interest in the social skills needed to successfully negotiate relationships with the other sex, and has authored a number of journal articles on the topic. A licensed psychologist, Dr. Grover received her Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Cornell University and her Ph.D. in Clinical/Developmental Psychology from the University of Maine.
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