Diana Wright Guerin, Ph.D.
Telephone: (657) 278-2155
CAS 300—Elements of Effective Professional Communication
CAS 301—Inquiry and Methodology in Development
CAS 310—Assessing and Observing Development
CAS 325A—Conception through Age 9
CAS 394/394L—Seminar and Practicum in Child Development
CAS 490T—Senior Seminar in Temperament
CAS 490T—Senior Seminar in Advocacy and Public Policy: Working for Children
Diana Wright Guerin earned her Ph.D. in Psychology at UCLA in 1987 and joined the faculty in Child and Adolescent Studies at Cal State Fullerton in 1989. She is currently participating in the Faculty Early Retirement Program. Among her service activities across her career, Dr. Guerin served as chair and as a member of the Executive Committee of the Academic Senate of the California State University System for multiple terms. At the campus level, she served as chair and as a member of the Executive Committee of the Academic Senate, as a member of the campus WASC Steering Committee, and as a member of the California Faculty Association Fullerton Chapter Board. She served as department chair, department academic advisor, and president and treasurer of the Orange County Association for the Education of Young Children.
Dr. Guerin is an Associate Director of the Fullerton Longitudinal Study (FLS), a collaborative research effort initiated by Allen W. Gottfried in the CSUF Department of Psychology in 1978. The FLS team has charted the development of over 100 children and their families from the children’s first birthday through 38 years. The FLS is internationally known and cited widely in developmental psychology and child development textbooks. Dr. Guerin’s specific research activities focus on the developmental correlates of children’s temperament and intellectual development.