Skip navigation
Lindsay Wright

Dr. Lindsay Wright

Associate Professor


Dr. Lindsay Wright received her BS degree in 2006 from Georgia Southern University, her MS degree in 2008 from The University of Georgia, and her PhD in 2013 also from The University of Georgia.

  • Human Development and Family Science (PHD) - University of Georgia (2013)
  • Child and Family Development (MS) - University of Georgia (2008)
  • Child and Family Development (BS) - Georgia Southern University (2006)

CD 350 Child Development
CD 351 Advanced Child Development
CD 251 Infant Development
CHFD 3920 Issues in Family Systems
CHFD 4860 Parent Education and Child Guidance
FAM 150 Social and Professional Development
FAM 151 Personal Development and Interpersonal Relationships
FAM 200 Introduction to Child and Family Studies
FAM 201 Child and Family Studies Success Course
FAM 442 Personal and Family Financial Management
FAM 452 Parenthood

CD 650 Theories in Child and Family Studies
FAM 500 CFS MS Orientation
FAM 690 Practicum in CFS

  • Variables impacting first-time parents feeding behaviors, Journal of Extension, 2019
  • The influence of perceived job flexibility and spousal support on the marital satisfaction of parents of children with special needs, Community Work and Family, 2021, 10.1080/13668803.2019.1608158
  • Marital satisfaction and sexting behavior among individuals in relationships, The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 2019, 10.1177/1066480718819868
  • A world of learning, Young Children, 2018
  • Student organizations: Promoting student development in FCS , Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 2017, 10.14307/jfcs109.2.54
  • Children with developmental verbal dyspraxia: Changes in articulation and perceived resilience with intensive multimodal intervention, Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 2016, 10.1177/0265659015615924
  • Online professional development for child care providers: Do they have appropriate access to and comfort with the internet? , Journal of Human Sciences and Extension, 2014
  • Building relationships, empowering students and taking responsibility: The importance of departmental action in promoting student success, Delta Journal of Education, 2013
  • National Association for the Education of Young Children
  • Mississippi Early Childhood Association
  • Southern Early Childhood Association
  • English (Native or Bilingual)

Edit profile

Contact Me

Joseph Greene Hall (JGH) 222




Areas of Expertise

Child Nutrition, Infant/Toddler Development, Parenting