Margaret E. Madden

Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Psychology

Phone: (518) 783‑2307
Email: mmadden@siena.edu

Margaret E. Madden

Degrees:

Ph.D. Social Psychology University of Massachusetts Amherst
M.S. Psychology University of Massachusetts
B.A. Psychology University of Wisconsin

Review of The Wrong Prescription for Women
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 42
June, 2017
Rethinking STEM education: An interdisciplinary STEAM curriculum.
Complex Adaptive Systems, vol. 20
2013
Disagreement in feminist psychology. (Review of A Community of Disagreement: Feminism in the University, by Danielle Bouchard)
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 37
2013
Gender stereotypes and higher education leadership
Wagadu, vol. 9
2011
Advice about teaching jobs at small colleges
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 38
2011
Transforming the concept of self. (Review of Crossing borders: International women students in American higher education, by Dongxiao Qui)
PsycCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, vol. 55
2010
Not a simple science: Gendered patterns in mathematics and science careers (Review of Gender and Occupational Outcomes: Longitudinal Assessments of Individual, Social, and Cultural Influences
PsycCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, vol. 53
2008
Strategic planning the feminist way
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 34
2007
Brave new world: Unintended consequences of assisted reproduction (Review of Everything Conceivable: How Assisted Reproduction is Changing Men, Women and the Worlkd, by Liza Mundy)
PsycCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, vol. 52
2007
When are choices not a choice? (Review of Women, Gender, and Technology, edited by MF Fox, DG Johnson, and SV Rosser)
PsycCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, vol. 52
2007
Can organizations be feminist? (Review of Tales from the Trenches: Politics and Practice in Feminist Service Organizations by Diane Kravetz, and The Evloution of Feminist Organizations: An organizational study, by Diane Metzendorf)
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 30
2006
Gender and leadership in higher education
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 29
2005
The best of psychology of women and gender (Review of Women and gender: A feministy psychology, by Mary Crawford and Rhoda Unger)
PsycCRITIQUES - Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, vol. 50
2005
Commencement
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 31
2004
Visions and values
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 31
2004
Can strategic planning be feminist?
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 31
2004
Planning for distance learning: Issues and strategies
Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management, vol. 4
2003
Teaching gender in small departments
Feminist Psychologist, vol. 30
2003
Identifying allies is half the battle (Review of Arming Athena: Career strategies for women in academe by L. Collins, J. Chrisler, and K. Quina)
Psychology of Women Quarterly
2000
Treasurer's report
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 27
2000
Where does all the money go?
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 25
1998
Integrating gender and ethnicity into psychology courses (Special issue co-editor)
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 22
1998
Integrating gender and ethnicity into psychology courses (article)
Psychology of Women Quarterly, vol. 22
1998
Women on the go
RVing Women, vol. 8
Sep/Oct, 1998
Obituary for Richard A. Harrison
Society for the Hostiry of American Foreign Relations Newsletter
1998
Teaching women self-defense: Pedagogical issues
Feminist Teacher, vol. 11
1997
Managing a small cat house: Academic administration in small colleges
American Psychological Association
1997
Review of Women: A feminist perspective by J. Freeman
Sex Roles, vol. 34
1996
Including diverse women in the undergraduate curriculum: Reasons and resources
American Psychological Association
1996
Perceived vulnerability and control of martial arts and physical fitness students
Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 80
1995
Review of Constructing the Social, by TR Sarbin and JI Kitsuse
Psychological Record, vol. 45
Summer, 1995
More is less or less is more? (Review of three Introduction to Psychology textbooks)
Contemporary Psychology, vol. 40
1995
The variety of emotional reactions to miscarriage
Women and Health, vol. 21
1994
Empowering women: A feminist analysis of self-defense courses
Initiatives, vol. 56
1994
Outgoing/incoming executive committee meeting
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 19
1992
Division 35 midwinter executive committee meeting
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women
1992
Strategic planning at the midwinter executive committee meeting
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 19
1992
Just saying 'no' to a professor: The effects of respondent gender, relationship closeness, and faculty status
American Psychological Association
1992
Strategies for resisting influence: The effects of gender, status, and relationship closeness
Eastern Psychological Association
1992
Secretary's report
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 18
1991
Executive committee midwinter meeting
Psychology of Women: Newsletter of the Society for the Psychology of Women, vol. 18
1991
Attributions of control and vulnerability at the beginning and end of a karate class
Perceptual and Motor Skills, vol. 70
1990
Intimacy in marriage: The partners and the environment (Review of Intimate Partners by M. Scarf and The Intimate Environment by A.S. Skolnick)
Contemporary Psychology, vol. 2
1990
Perceptions of characteristics considered attractive by the other gender
Eastern Psychological Association
1989
Jealousy, gender, sex-roles, and dependency
Eastern Psychological Association
1989
Internal and external attributions following miscarriage
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, vol. 7
1988
Crisis workers' attributions for domestic violence
American Psychological Association
1988
Influence strategies in romantic and nonromantic relationships
American Psychological Association
1988
Perceived control and student involvement in campus activities
Journal of College Student Personnel, vol. 28
1987
Perceived control and power in marriage
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, vol. 13
1987
Influence strategies in same-sex and opposite-sex friendships
Eastern Psychological Association
1985
Review of Separated and Divorced Women by L. Halem
The Psychological Record, vol. 33
1983
Review of Divorce Reform
The Psychological Record, vol. 32
1982
Women's and men's marriages: Marital satisfaction, perceived control, and attitudes towards women
Eastern Psychological Association
1982
Blame, control, and marital conflict: Wives' attributions for conflict in marriage
Journal of Marriage and Family, vol. 44
1981
Students' satisfaction with graduate school and attributions of control and responsibility
Eastern Psychological Association
1981
Blaming and marital satisfaction: Wives' attributions for conflict in marriage
American Psychological Association
1980
Religion and sprituality for diverse women: Foundations of strength and resilience
Praeger
2014
Gender and Higher Education
Johns Hopkins University Press
2011
Gender and education: An encyclopedia, volume 2
Praeger
2007
Women and leadership: Feminist visions and diverse voices
Blackwell Press
2007
Women police: Portraits of success
iUniverse
2004
Toward an inclusive psychology: Infusing the introductory textbook with diversity content
American Psychological Association
ISBN: 00000
2003
Women in higher education: Empowering change
Greenwood
2002
The woman-centered university: Interdisciplinary perspectives
University Press of America
1999
Women in the curriculum: Psychology
National Center for Curriculum Transformation Resources on Women
ISBN: 432979
1997
Shaping the future of feminist psychology
American Psychological Association
1997
Including diverse women in the undegraduate curriculum: Reasons and resources
American Psychological Association Division of the Psychology of Women
ISBN: 000000000
1995
Instructor's manual to accompany Feldman: Social psychology, theories, research, and applications
McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 000000
1985
Applied perspectives on help-seeking and receiving
Academic Press London
ISBN: 00000
1983
Perceived control and power in marriage: A study of marital decision making and task performance
Dissertations Abstracts International
ISBN: 43-08
1982
Higher education, liberal arts, and women's and gender studies
2015
Keynote Address, Anne Malone Brunch, Women and Gender Studies Department, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York
Filling the pipeline: the role of undergraduate research
2013
Faculty Colloquim,on Engaging Undergraduates in Research and Innovative Scholarship, University at Albany, Albany, New York
Convergence and commitment: Unitarian Universalism and feminist psychology
2012
American Psychological Association, Orlando, Florida
Using undergraduate research for institutional transformation
2012
American Association of State Colleges and Universities, San Antonio, Texas
Education in psychology and psychology in education: Issues from APA's Board of Educational Affairs
2011
Intivted talk, School of Education and Professional Studies, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New Mexico
Introductions for Arthur C. Grasser and Jon Carlson
2011
American Psychological Association, Washington, District of Columbia
Introduction of Joan C. Getman
2010
Education Leadership Conference, American Psychological Association, Washington, District of Columbia
Self-defense training and psychology: A necessary blend for effective instruction
2010
Campus Academic Festival, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York
Gender differences in leadership
2010
International Women's Day Conference at Universidad Autonom de La Laguna, Torreon, Mexico, Torreon, Mexico
Gender stereotypes of leaders: Do they influence leadership in higher education?
2009
Conference on Succeeding as Women in Higher Education, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, New York
Task Force on the Status of Women at SUNY Potsdam: Perspectives eight years later
2009
Conference on Succeeding as Women in Higher Education, SUNY Cortland, Cortland, New York
Psychology for appplied health majors
2009
Educational Leadership Conference, American Psychological Association, Washington, District of Columbia
Feminist faculty in leadership roles
2008
Association of Women in Psychology, San Diego, California
Perspectives on the role of gender in leadership
2007
American Association of State Colleges and Universities, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia
How faculty are affected by academic freedom
2006
Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley, Canton, New York
Developing feminist instructors and curriculum
2005
Association of Women in Psychology, Tampa, Florida
Gender and leadership in higher education
2004
American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii
Beyond crossing borders
2004
Presidential Scholars Luncheon, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York
Where do we go from here?
2004
Campus Academic Festival, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York
Leadership, transformation, and gender
2004
Omicron Delta Kappa, Potsdam, New York
Power of perceived control
2004
Keynote Student Support Services Awards, Potsdam, New York
Guidelines for including gender in iintroductory psychology textbooks
2003
American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada-Ontario
Administration as applied social psychology
2003
Psi Chi, Potsdam, New York
They come to us when they want numbers
2003
Keynote Address, Anne Malone Brunch, Women and Gender Studies Department, SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, New York
Leadership styles of women in higher education
2003
Vincent J. Knapp Lecture Series, Potsdam, New York