Carol Hoare

Carol Hoare
Interim Senior Associate Dean
Professor
Human Development
(202) 994-3993
Background

Dr. Hoare has served as a university trustee, provided consultation to national and international organizations and, at The George Washington University, has served as department chair, Acting Assistant Dean, and co-director of the University Office for Community Services.

She has studied, taught, and published on topics in adult development and learning for twenty-five years and is the author of more than fifty original research articles, paper presentations, book chapters, and invited addresses.

Her book, Erikson on Development in Adulthood: New Insights from the Unpublished Papers (Oxford University Press, 2002), has received wide-ranging acclaim in the United States and abroad. Her edited volume, the Handbook of Adult Development and Learning (Oxford University Press, 2006), is the first publication to show the reciprocal relationship between development and its compatriot, learning, during the adult years.

Education
Ed.D., The George Washington University

Presentations

Hoare, C. (2007). The Unconscious in Identity Development, Paper presented at the 2007 Conference of the Society for Research on Identity Formation, Ashburn, VA. (Paper presented March 24, 2007).

Potter, C., & Hoare, C. (2007). Aspects of Identity in Low-Income African American Mothers, Paper presented at the 2007 Conference of the Society for Research on Identity Formation, Ashburn, VA. (Paper presented March 25, 2007)

Nelson, J., and Hoare, C. H. (2005). Making the grade: The developmental and adjustment challenges of college students with serious mental illnesses, Paper presented at the 20th Annual Adult Development Symposium of the Society for Research in Adult Development, Atlanta, GA. (Paper presented April 7, 2005).

Hoare, C. H. (2002). Identity and Integrity. Commencement Address - Carlow University (Baccalaureate Alma Mater). Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, May 11, 2002.

Hoare, C. H. (2001). Adulthood and adult development: Seventy-four years of psychological literature, Paper presented at the 16th Annual Adult Development Symposium of the Society for Research in Adult Development, New York, NY. (Paper presented June 23, 2001).

Hoare, C. H. (2000). Insight in the Writings of Erik Erikson, Paper presented at the 15th Annual Adult Development Symposium of the Society for Research in Adult Development, New York, NY. (Paper presented June 24, 2000.)

Publications

Hoare, C. (2009). Models of Adult Development in Bronfenbrenner's Bioecological Theory and Erikson's Biopsychosocial, Life Stage Theory: Moving to a More Complete Three-Model View. In M. C. Smith & N. DeFrates-Densch (Eds.). Handbook of research on adult learning and development. (pp. 68-102). N. Y.: Routledge.

Hoare. C. (2008). The Toxic Effect on Children of a Degraded U. S. Society, Family, and Educational Context: How will this Nation Respond? Integral Review, 4 (2), 106-117.

Hoare, C., Ed. (2006). Handbook of adult development and learning. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hoare, C. (2006). Growing a discipline at the borders of thought. In C. Hoare (Ed.), Handbook of adult development and learning. (pp. 3-26). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hoare, C. (2006). Work as the catalyst of reciprocal adult development and learning: Identity and personality. In C. Hoare (Ed.). Handbook of adult development and learning. (pp. 344-380). New York: Oxford University Press.

Hoare, C. (2005, November 9). Pre-Literate Adults in a Web of Politics and Prose. [Review of the book Conflicting paradigms in adult literacy education]. PsyCRITIQUES-- Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of books, 50 (No. 45), Article 4. Retrieved [December 1, 2005], from the PsyCRITIQUES database.

Hoare, C. H. (2005). Erikson's General and Adult Developmental Revisions of Freudian Thought: Outward, Forward, Upward, Journal of Adult Development, 12 (1), 19-31.

Legum, H., & Hoare, C. H. (2004). Impact of a Career Intervention on At-Risk Middle School Students' Career Maturity Levels, Academic Achievement, and Self-Esteem. Professional School Counseling, 8 (2), 148-153.

Hoare, C. H. (2003). Psychosocial Identity Development in United States Society: Its Role in Fostering Exclusion of Cultural Others, (pp.17-35), in Salett, E. P., and Koslow, D. R. (Eds.), Race, Identity and Self: Identity in Multicultural Perspective.(2nd ed.). Washington, D. C.: NMCI Publications of the National MultiCultural Institute.

Hoare, C. H. (2002). Erikson on development in adulthood: New insights from the unpublished papers. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hoare, C. H. (2001). Erik Erikson, 1902-1994. In the Encyclopedia Parenthood in America. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Press.

Hoare, C. H. (2001). Generativity, In the Encyclopedia Parenthood in America. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Press.

Hoare, C. H. (2000). Ethical self, spiritual self: Wisdom and integrity in the writings of Erik H. Erikson. In Creativity, spirituality, and transcendence: Paths to integrity and wisdom in the mature self. Eds. M. Miller & A. West. Stamford, Conn: Ablex Press.

Hoare, C. H. (2000). Morality, Ethics, and Spirituality in the Writings of Erik H. Erikson. In M. Miller & A. West (Eds.), Spirituality, ethics, and relationship in adulthood: Clinical and theoretical explorations. Madison, CT: International Universities Press.