Fayeza S. Ahmed, Ph.D. (University of Georgia, 2011). Assistant Professor.
Teaching interests: Abnormal psychology, health psychology, neuropsychological assessment.
Research interests: Adult and geriatric neuropsychology, health Psychology, risk factors for cognitive decline.
Cynthia Erdley, Ph.D. (University of Illinois, 1992). Professor.
Teaching interests: Child and adolescent psychology, social development.
Research interests: Social cognition; children’s peer relationship experiences and psychological adjustment.
Emily A.P. Haigh, Ph.D. (Kent State University, 2009). Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Training.
Teaching interests: Abnormal Psychology; Psychopathology; and Ethics and Professional Issues
Research interests: Cognitive vulnerability to mood disorders, biological correlates of the cognitive model of depression; cognitive vulnerability and protective factors (e.g. negative cognitive content, rumination, decentering); and specifying cognitive processes across mood disorders.
Rebecca K. MacAulay, Ph.D. (Louisiana State University, 2016). Assistant Professor.
Teaching interests: Neuropsychological and personality assessment, life span development, and foundations of clinical psychology.
Research interests: Biopsychosocial models of aging, to include biological, neuropsychological and behavioral factors that affect quality of life and cognitive functioning across the adult life span.
**Note to applicants: Dr. MacAulay does plan to take a new student for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Douglas W. Nangle, Ph.D. (West Virginia University, 1993). Professor and Director of the ADHD Clinic.
Teaching interests: Abnormal psychology, child psychopathology, clinical assessment, child and adolescent psychotherapy.
Research interests: Child and adolescent peer relations; close relationships and psychological adjustment; and social skills assessment and intervention.
Rebecca Schwartz-Mette, Ph.D. (University of Missouri, 2013). Assistant Professor.
Teaching interests: Developmental psychopathology, ethics and professional issues
Research interests: Psychopathology and peer relationships in adolescence; interpersonal theories of depression; ethics and graduate training in clinical psychology.
**Note to applicants: Dr. Schwartz-Mette does plan to take a new student for the 2020-2021 academic year.