PART TIME FACULTY
INSTITUTE FOR LIBERAL ARTS & INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
B.A. Union College
M.A. Emerson College
M.A. Northeastern University
Amy DiBattista is a psycholinguist and speech-language pathologist. After earning her Master's degree, she treated adult and geriatric patients with speech, language, and swallowing disorders in the skilled nursing facility setting. In the Northeastern University Department of Psychology, conducted research in the area of psycholinguistics. Her PhD dissertation investigated effects of conceptual and syntactic properties on the production of sentences.
DiBattista currently teaches Cognitive Psychology at Emerson, along with statistics, psycholinguistics, and laboratory courses at other area universities.
Speech and Language Disorders
Cognitive Psychology (PS203)