Denise Hatter-Fisher, Ph.D.
Psychology House 202
- The Ohio State University's Department of Psychology, PhD
Research & Teaching Interests
- Alexithymia and self-regulation as well as quality of life issues for people of color
- Women's issues
- Multicultural psychology
Denise Y. Hatter-Fisher is a professor of psychology. She received her doctorate from The Ohio State University's Department of Psychology in the area of counseling psychology. As a licensed psychologist, Dr. Hatter-Fisher has provided service for a diverse clientele, including the elderly. Her academic research addresses alexithymia and self-regulation as well as quality of life issues for people of color. Her areas of expertise include women's issues, multicultural psychology, and psychophysiology. She teaches courses in abnormal psychology, psychotherapy, personality, human stress, advanced research, and multicultural psychology.