Warren J. Carlson, Ph.D., Professor
University of Missouri; experimental design and statistics, learning, social learning, abnormal child.
Bettye Elmore, Ph.D., Professor
Susan J. Frances, Ph.D., Professor [Webpage]
University of Chicago, Licensed Psychologist; psychotherapy with children and families, school counseling, developmental psychology, and psychology of women.
Mary B. Gruber, Ph.D., BCBA-D, Professor [Webpage]
University of Illinois at Chicago; Board Certified Behavior Analyst; experimental and applied behavior analysis, statistics, sport psychology, altruism and prosocial behavior.
T. Mark Harwood, Ph.D., Associate Professor
University of California, Santa Barbara; clincal psychology.
Senqi Hu, Ph.D., Professor
James M. Knight, Ph.D., Professor
University of Utah; perception, learning, animal behavior, physiological psychology.
John Morgan, Ph.D., Professor [Webpage]
Kansas State University; Neuroscience, psychobiology, biofeedback, event-related potential & EEG research techniques, psychopharmacology, psychoneuroimmunology, cognitive neuropsychology
Dennis R. Musselman, Ph.D., Professor
Claremont Graduate School; measurement theory, questionnaire design, statistics, research methods, animal behavior.
Alane Osborn, Ph.D.,Professor
West Virginia University; behavioral medicine/health psychology, psycho-biological basis of eating and anxiety disorders, adolescent and adult cognitive behavior therapy.
Kathleen Preston, Ph.D., Professor
University of California at Berkeley; developmental, cognition, language, sex differences (member of Women's Studies Program, Linguistics Program, Assessment of Prior Learning Program).
Alwyn D. Sessions, M.S., Associate Professor
Utah State Univ., Licensed Psychologist; counseling and guidance, adolescent development, creativity.
Jack Shaffer, Ph.D., Professor
Ohio State University, Licensed Psychologist; cross-cultural psychology, prejudice, social-cultural influences, psychotherapy.
Josh G. Weinstein, Ph.D., Associate Professor
University California at Berkeley; personality theory, research and assessment, psychological stress, abnormal psychology, legal and criminal psychology, and political psychology.