Psychology

Education

  • BS, West Liberty State College
  • MA, Kent State University
  • PHD, Kent State University

Associate Professor of Psychology

Department Head of Psychology

Contact Information

I received my Ph.D. in experimental psychology (biopsychology) from Kent State University. I teach statistics, research methods, directed research and learning processes.

My research focuses on using animal models for the experimental analysis of memory and amnesia, which someday may provide more effective treatments for problems such as psychological trauma.

  • PSYC-342: Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSYC-360: Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory
  • PSYC-421: Directed Research
  • OFFP-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFR-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFS-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • PSYC-525: Independent Research
  • NEUR-502: Independent Study
  • NEUR-502: Independent Study
  • PSYC-344: Learning Processes
  • PSYC-362: Learning Processes Laboratory
  • NEUR-510: Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-510: Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-511: Neuroscience Student Research II
  • NEUR-511: Neuroscience Student Research II
  • PSYC-101: Principles of Psychology
  • PSYC-505: Research Apprenticeship
  • PSYC-223: Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC-123: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences

About Me

I received my Ph.D. in experimental psychology (biopsychology) from Kent State University. I teach statistics, research methods, directed research and learning processes.

My research focuses on using animal models for the experimental analysis of memory and amnesia, which someday may provide more effective treatments for problems such as psychological trauma.

Courses Taught

  • PSYC-342: Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSYC-360: Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory
  • PSYC-421: Directed Research
  • OFFP-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFR-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFS-NEWZLND: GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • PSYC-525: Independent Research
  • NEUR-502: Independent Study
  • NEUR-502: Independent Study
  • PSYC-344: Learning Processes
  • PSYC-362: Learning Processes Laboratory
  • NEUR-510: Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-510: Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-511: Neuroscience Student Research II
  • NEUR-511: Neuroscience Student Research II
  • PSYC-101: Principles of Psychology
  • PSYC-505: Research Apprenticeship
  • PSYC-223: Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC-123: Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences