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Joseph A. Allen, Ph.D.
Contact Info: ASH 347 ‘I’
Teaching: Personnel Psychology, Job Analysis and Performance Appraisal, Organizational Psychology, Group Dynamics, Psychometrics
Research: Non-profit Organizational Effectiveness and Volunteer Management, Emotion Management and Emotional Labor, Workplace Meetings and After-Action Reviews
Contact Info: ASH 347 'F'
Teaching: Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Clincial Psychology, Personality and Adjustment, Abnormal Psychology.
Research: Suicide patterns among Native American reservation populations; anxiety, depression, and cortisol in Native American diabetic and non-diabetic patients; leadership styles of African American women in the clergy; and the emotional impact of identity theft on victims.
(Graduate Program Chair / Cognitive Psychology)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'C'
Teaching: Sensation and Perception, Cognition, Attention and Performance
Research: Skilled performance, word recognition, handwriting
(Director Developmental Psychology Graduate Program)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'U'
Teaching: Child Psychology, Social Development
Research: Relational aggression and victimization, peer relationships, friendships
(Director Cognitive Psychology Graduate Program)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'D'
Teaching: Cognitive Psychology, Methods of Psychological Inquiry
Research: Word processing, memory, attention, and language throughout the life span and in those with distinct neuropsychological profiles.
(Neuroscience & Behavior/Director Neuroscience Undergraduate Program)
Contact Info: AH 418 'E'
Teaching: Research Methods, Introductory Lab, Animal Behavior
Research: Reproductive physiology and behavior, vocal communication in primates
(Director Social / Personality Psychology Graduate Program)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'L'
Teaching: Social and Industrial Psychology, Statistics
Research: Workplace motivation, procedural justice, meaningful work and visionary leadership
(Director School Psychology Graduate Program)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'R'
Teaching: Early Childhood Assessment, Psychology of Exceptional Children, Family Analysis and Treatment, Practicum in School Psychology, Internship
Research: Primary areas include play assessment in early childhood and English Language Learners. Other research interests include development of reading skills, family involvement, curriculum based measurement, curriculum based evaluation, phonological awareness, multiage classrooms, and English language learners.
Contact Info: ASH 347 'Q'
Teaching: Educational Psychology, Introductory School Psychology, Behavior Analysis and Intervention, School-age Assessment, Advanced Educational and Psychological Consultation
Research: School-wide positive behavior support, social skills, testing accommodations and accountability testing, assessment issues
(Director Industrial/Organizational Graduate Program)
Contact Info: ASH 347 'K'
Teaching: Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Life-Span Development, Leadership, Statistics, Research Methods
Research: Individual differences, biographical data, leadership, creativity, problem-solving
(Department Chair / Developmental Psychology)
Contact Info: ASH 345'
Teaching: Developmental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
Research: Cognition and language development in early childhood, play assessment, dynamic systems theory
Contact Info: ASH 347 'E'
Teaching: Statistics, Research Methods, Program Evaluation, Social Psychology
Research: Diversity issues, stereotyping and prejudice, group processes and intergroup relations
Contact Info: ASH 347 'S'
Teaching: Adolescent Development, Statistics, Cross-Cultural Psychology
Research: Adolescent identity development, Moderators of the depressive effects of peer victimization, Cross-cultural differences in peer relations
Contact Info: ASH 347 'J'
Teaching: Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Social Psychology, Training and Organizational Development, Research Methods, Problem-Solving, Decision-Making, Human Factors, Abnormal Psychology
Research: Problem solving & decision making, work-life balance, darkside behaviors in organizations, positive psychology & organizational spirituality, mood & emotion influences and volunteering
(Neuroscience & Behavior)
Contact Info: AH 418 'C'
Teaching: Behavioral Neuroscience
Research: Sensory neurophysiology, gustatory system
(Director Neuroscience & Behavior Graduate Program)
Contact Info: AH 418 'B'
Teaching: Introductory Psychology, Research Methods, Learning, Animal Behavior, Hormones and Behavior
Research: Behavioral neuroendocrinology, comparative cognition, animal learning
Contact Info: ASH 347 'M'
Teaching: Introductory Psychology, Industrial and Social Psychology
Research: Performance appraisal, sports psychology, attitudes and attitude change
Adam Weaver, Ph.D.
Contact Info: ASH 347 'T'
Teaching: Psychological & Educational Testing, Foundations of Psychological Assessment, Behavior Analysis & Interventions, Psychotherapeutic Interventions, Family Analysis & Treatment.
Research: Functional Behavior Assessment, experimental analysis of behavior in school settings, behavioral consultation
Contact Info: ASH 347 'P'
Teaching : Law & Psychology. Forensic Psychology, Social Psychology, History of Psychology
Research : Risk management, detecting & preventing violence, Psychology of Music, and various legal topics relevant to psychology
Kenneth Deffenbacher Ph.D.
Shelton Hendricks, Ph.D.
Joseph LaVoie, Ph.D.
Deana Liddy, Ph.D.
Raymond Millimet, Ph.D.