Ed de St. Aubin, Ph.D.
Department Assistant Chair
Dr. de St. Aubin will be accepting a Ph.D. student (Clinical Psychology) in fall 2016.
Life Span Personality Development: Narrative Psychology; Meaning Making; Cultural Psychology; Generativity; Personal Ideology; Sexuality and Gender.
Alyson Gerdes, Ph.D.
Assistant Director of Clinical Training
Evidence-based, culturally-appropriate clinical practices for childhood ADHD; Latino mental health disparities; parent-child and peer relationships in children and teens with ADHD
Stephen Guastello, Ph.D.
Nonlinear dynamics (chaos, complexity, and catastrophe models) as they affect work organizations; human factors engineering; creative processes
Nicholas Heck, Ph.D.
LGBT health; intervention adaptation and development; sexual risk behavior and HIV; treatment of anxiety, depression, and substance use disorders among children, adolescents, and young adults
James Hoelzle, Ph.D.
Neuropsychological and personality assessment; integration of clinical measures and theory; stability of disorders; secondary-gain issues
Kimberly Norden, Ph.D.
Teaches a variety of undergraduate courses, including Introduction to Psychology, Developmental Psychology: Conception through Adolescence, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, andTheories of Personality.
Anthony Porcelli, Ph.D.
The influence of stress on decision making, risk taking, and memory; cognitive neuroscience, social and affective neuroscience; neuroeconomics; fMRI
Stephen Saunders, Ph.D.
Director of Clinical Training
Mental health services system, process and outcome of psychotherapy, spirituality in mental health service, help-seeking behavior and therapeutic alliance
Doug Woods, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School
Understanding, developing treatments for, and disseminating behavioral interventions for children and adults with Tourette Syndrome, Trichotillomania and other OCD-spectrum disorders