Alan B. Cobo-Lewis, Ph.D. (University of Wisconsin, 1992), Associate Professor (Director Center for Community Inclusion and Disability).

Teaching interests: Perception, quantitative psychology.

Research interests: Visual perception, language development, statistical and computational methods.

Learn more about Dr. Cobo-Lewis

e-mail: alanc@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Cobo-Lewis does not plan to take a new student for the 2018-2019 academic year.

 

Shawn Ell, Ph.D. (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2003). Associate Professor Learn more about Dr. Ell

Teaching interests: Statistics, research design and methodology, brain & behavior, learning and memory, sensation and perception, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, computational modeling.

Research interests: Neurobiology of learning and memory, categorization, skill learning, implicit and explicit memory, computational modeling, working memory, basal ganglia, cognitive neuroscience.

e-mail: shawn.ell@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Ell plans to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Thane Fremouw, Ph.D. (University of Utah, 1998). Associate  Professor (Undergraduate Coordinator) Learn more about Dr. Fremouw

Teaching interests: Cognition, cognitive neuroscience, memory & learning, brain & behavior.

Research interests: Chemo-fog/chemo-brain, category learning, memory, and attention.

e-mail: thane.fremouw@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Fremouw plans to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Marie J. Hayes, Ph.D. (Northeastern University, 1979). Professor Learn more about Dr. Hayes

Teaching interests: Infancy and early childhood, developmental theory, developmental psychobiology.

Research interests: Behavior of human neonates, ontogeny of sleep and arousal mechanisms, assessment of function in infancy.

email: mhayes@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Hayes does not plan to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Jordan P. LaBouff, Ph.D. (Baylor University, 1993). CLAS-Honors Associate Professor of Psychology Learn more about Dr. LaBouff

Teaching interests: Research methodology, social psychology, psychology of religion.

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.

e-mail: jordan.labouff@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. LaBouff plans to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Shannon McCoy, Ph.D. (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2003). Associate Professor Learn more about Dr. McCoy

Teaching interests: Social psychology, statistics, methodology.

Research interests: Social psychological study of the self, social identity, and social stigma.

email: shanonn.mccoy@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. McCoy  plans to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Michael RobbinsMichael Robbins, Ph.D. (University of Maine, 1985). Research Associate Professor (Department Chair) Learn more about Dr. Robbins

Teaching interests: Statistics and research methods, personality, environmental and health psychology.

Research interests: Relations of health behaviors and vascular disease risk factors with cognitive functioning and quality of life.

email: robbins@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Robins does not plan to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

Alan M. Rosenwasser, Ph.D. (Northeastern University, 1980). Professor Learn more about Dr. Rosenwasser

Teaching interests: Physiological psychology, animal behavior.

Research interests: Psychobiology of biological rhythms and motivated behavior.

email: alanr@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Rosenwasser does not plan to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.

 Mollie Ruben, Ph.D. (Northeastern University, 2014). Assistant  Professor Learn more about Dr. Ruben

Teaching interests: Social Psychology

Research interests: Nonverbal Communication, Person Perception, Physical Pain, Patient-Provider Interactions

e-mail: mollie.ruben@maine.edu

**Note to applicants: Dr. Ruben plans to take a new student for the 2019-2020 academic year.