School of Education Counseling & Psychology in Education

Harry Freeman

Harry Freeman
Professor
Counseling and Psychology in Education: Educational Psychology, School of Education
Phone: 605-677-5845
Teaching Interests:
Developmental Psychology Adolescent emotional and social development Interdisciplinary studies Evolutionary psychology Research methods
Research Interests:
Child, adolescent, and young adult attachment Connections between filial and romantic attachment Father attachment Socio-emotional development during the adolescent transition Evolutionary psychology
Education:
  • Ph D, Human Development, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1997
  • MS, Human Development, University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1994
  • BS, Experimental Psychology, University of Montana - Missoula, 1987
Grants:
  • 2nd Annual River Day event, Center for Academic Engagement
  • 3rd Annual River Day event, Center for Academic Engagement
  • 4th Annual River Day event, Center for Academic Engagement
  • Developmental Sciences Teaching Institute
Publications:
  • Newland, L., Freeman, H., Coyl, D. D., , (2011), Emerging topics on father attachment: Considerations in theory, context and development, Routledge.
  • Freeman, H., Almond, T., (2011), Mapping young adults’ use of fathers for attachment support: Implications on romantic relationship experiences, Routledge.
  • Newland, L., Freeman, H., Coyl, D. D., (2011), New directions in father attachment, Routledge.
  • Freeman, H., Almond, T., (2010), Mapping young adults’ use of fathers for attachment support: Implications on romantic relationship experiences, Early Child Development and Care: Special issue on “Emerging Topics on Father Attachment: Considerations in Theory, Context and Development", vol. 180, iss. 1, pp. 227-248.
  • Freeman, H., Newland, L., Coyl, D. D., , (2010), New directions in father attachment, Early Child Development and Care, vol. 180, iss. 1&2, pp. 1-8.
  • Coyl, D. D., Newland, L., Freeman, H., (2010), Predicting preschoolers’ attachment security from parenting behaviors, parents’ attachment relationships and their use of social support., Early Child Development and Care, vol. 180, iss. 4, p. 499 – 512.
  • Freeman, H., Newland, L., Coyl, D. D., (2009), Father beliefs as a mediator between contextual barriers and father involvement, Routledge.
  • Freeman, H., Almond, T., (2009), Predicting adolescent self differentiation from relationships with parents and romantic partners, International Journal of Youth and Adolescence, vol. 17, pp. 121-143.
  • Newland, L., Coyl, D. D., Freeman, H., (2009), Predicting preschoolers’ attachment security from fathers’ involvement, internal working models, and use of social support, Routledge.
  • Freeman, H., Newland, L., Coyl, D. D., , (2008), Father beliefs as a mediator between contextual barriers and father involvement, Early Child Development and Care, vol. 178, iss. 7&8, pp. 803-819.
  • Newland, L., Coyl, D. D., Freeman, H., (2008), Predicting preschoolers’ attachment security from fathers’ involvement, internal working models, and use of social support, Early Child Development and Care, vol. 178, iss. 7&8, pp. 785-801.
Awards and Honors:
  • Belbas Larson Award for Excellence in Teaching, University of South Dakota, 2003