Emeritus Faculty

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  • Deborah A. Boehm-Davis

    Deborah A. Boehm-Davis

    Emeritus Faculty

    How human performance is helped or hindered by the design of tools that help us accomplish everyday tasks.

  • Louis C Buffardi

    Louis C Buffardi

    Emeritus Faculty

    Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Work and family issues, human error, individual differences.

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  • Susanne A Denham

    Susanne A Denham

    Emeritus Faculty

    Applied Developmental Psychology: Social and emotional development of children

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  • Pamela M. Greenwood

    Pamela M. Greenwood

    Emeritus Faculty

    Human Factors/Applied Cognition: Genetic modulation of cognitive and brain aging, interventions for cognitive aging (behavioral and non-invasive brain stimulation).

M

  • James E Maddux

    James E Maddux

    Emeritus Faculty

    Clinical Psychology: Maddux's major scholarly interest is the interface of social, clinical, and health psychology, which is concerned with the ways that theory and research from social psychology can help us understand psychological adjustment, psychological disorders, and health-related behavior.

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  • Johannes Rojahn

    Johannes Rojahn

    Emeritus Faculty

    Applied Developmental Psychology: Intellectual and developmental disabilities, especially [1] challenging behaviors and other forms of psychopathology (assessment, applied behavior analysis, epidemiology) and [2] socio-emotional development and social adaptation. For free access to the Behavior Problems Inventory (BPI-01 and BPI-S) see below.

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  • James F Sanford

    James F Sanford

    Emeritus Faculty

    Human Factors/Applied Cognition

  • Robert F Smith

    Robert F Smith

    Emeritus Faculty

    Cognitive and Behavioral Neuroscience: The effects of adolescent drug consumption, especially nicotine.

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  • Lois E Tetrick

    Lois E Tetrick

    Emeritus Faculty

    Industrial/Organizational Psychology: Occupational health psychology including stress, work-family, and safety; the employee-organization relationship including psychological contracts, social exchange theory, and the norm of reciprocity; organizational climate and culture; innovation and creativity; positive aging and retirement transitions; cross-cultural aspects of industrial organizational psychology.