Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff

Assistant Professor
lrbakerr@uncg.edu
Eberhart 291A
336-256-0001
Personal Website

Social Psychology
Close relationships, including relationship maintenance and problem solving; self beliefs, including self-esteem, shyness, and social anxiety

Associate Professor
jjboseov@uncg.edu
Eberhart 274
336-256-0015
Personal Website

Developmental Psychology
Social cognition in early to late childhood; trait attributions; children's acquisition of knowledge from other people

Assistant Professor
bscassid@uncg.edu
Eberhart 288
Personal Website

Social Psychology
Social neuroscience, face perception, the impact of stereotyping and prejudice on impressions, and social cognition in healthy aging

Assistant Professor
jmdejes2@uncg.edu
Eberhart
Personal Website

Developmental Psychology
The development of social cognition; social categorization, attitudes, and biases; eating behavior across the lifespan

Associate Professor
p_delane@uncg.edu
Eberhart 278
336-256-0010
Personal Website

Cognitive Psychology
Memory, planning, problem-solving, skill learning, and expertise.

Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies
kmedding@uncg.edu
Eberhart 279
336-485-5662

Clinical Psychology
Adult depression, functional neuroimaging, and psychotherapy outcome research

Lecturer
sjestle@uncg.edu
Eberhart 267
(336) 334-4876

Behavior Analysis
Early Intensive Behavioral Interventions, particularly in naturalistic settings; self-control and choice behavior.

Lecturer
ashleigh.gallagher@uncg.edu
Eberhart 269
336-334-5782

Social Psychology
Social judgment, group dynamics, and emotion
Robert Guttentag

Professor
rob_guttentag@uncg.edu
Eberhart 290
336-256-0005
Personal Website

Developmental Psychology
Cognitive development, the development of memory, children’s understanding of complex emotions

Assistant Professor
mrjensen@uncg.edu
Personal Website

Clinical Psychology
Adolescent mental health and risk taking; parent-adolescent interactions; technology-mediated communication; acculturation and enculturation; intensive longitudinal methods.  

Professor and Dean Emeritus, College of Arts & Sciences
johnston@uncg.edu
Eberhart 262
(336) 256-0019

Developmental Psychology
Developmental systems theory; evolution and development of behavior; history of comparative psychology
Michael J. Kane

Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
mjkane@uncg.edu
Eberhart 263
Personal Website

Cognitive Psychology
Individual differences in executive control, attention, action, memory, and intelligence
Susan P. Keane

Professor and Director of Clinical Training
spkeane@uncg.edu
Eberhart 273
336-256-0569

Clinical Psychology
Childhood psychopathology and children’s social relationships; parent-child interaction; the etiology, assessment, and treatment of peer rejection and neglect.

Senior Lecturer and Director of Advising
prladrow@uncg.edu
Eberhart 286
336-256-0008

Biological Psychology
Biological psychology, particularly brain and behavior relationships associated with development and emotion//motivated behavior; Bio/psycho/social perspectives of health and behavior change. 

Associate Professor
dwlevine@uncg.edu
Eberhart 276
336-256-2472

Quantitative Psychology
Research methodology and statistics; longitudinal research designs

Professor and Department Head
s_marcov@uncg.edu
Eberhart 296
336-256-0020
Personal Website

Developmental Psychology
Cognitive development and conscious control of behavior in childhood and across the lifespan

Professor
jlmendez@uncg.edu
Eberhart 287
336-256-0036

Clinical Psychology
Developmental impact of poverty, parent involvement in children’s education, risk and resilience, and clinical interventions for ethnic minorities
George F. Michel

Professor
gfmichel@uncg.edu
Eberhart 280
336-256-0021
Personal Website

Developmental Psychology
Neuropsychology of sensorimotor development in human infants (particularly handedness); neural and endocrine processes underlying parental care

Professor
r_nelson@uncg.edu
Eberhart 268
336-334-5817

Clinical Psychology
Personality or temperament basis of adult psychopathology, with an emphasis on personality disorders, especially borderline personality disorder

Lecturer
vmbakerr@uncg.edu
Eberhart 272
Personal Website

Social Psychology
Close relationships, including the implications of evolutionary and attachment processes for relationship outcomes, and examining contexts in which relationship processes traditionally viewed as "negative" can be beneficial and processes viewed as "positive" can be harmful.
Paul Silvia

Professor
p_silvia@uncg.edu
Eberhart 281
336-256-0007
Personal Website

Social Psychology
Interest; aesthetics, creativity, and the arts; self-regulation and effort; experience sampling methods

Associate Professor
glstein@uncg.edu
Eberhart 275

Clinical Psychology
Latinx youth and families; Cultural values; Discrimination; Racial/ethnic socialization

Professor and Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
d_touron@uncg.edu
Eberhart 291
Personal Website

Cognitive Psychology
Cognitive functioning and skilled performance in older and younger adults; strategy use; skill learning; metacognition
Suzanne Vrshek-Schallhorn

Assistant Professor
smschal2@uncg.edu
Eberhart 270
336-256-8538
Personal Website

Clinical Psychology
Genetic, neuroendocrine, and cognitive mechanisms of life stress on depression

Assistant Professor
cnwahlhe@uncg.edu
Eberhart 266
Personal Website

Cognitive Psychology
Memory, event cognition, cognitive aging, metacognition, and category learning

Assistant Professor
bewisco@uncg.edu
Eberhart 261
336-256-0004
Personal Website

Clinical Psychology
Cognitive biases and emotion regulation processes in emotional disorders, particularly depression and PTSD
Ethan Zell

Associate Professor
e_zell@uncg.edu
Eberhart 271
Personal Website

Social Psychology
Self and social perception, especially self-evaluation, social comparison, accuracy of self-perception and meta-analysis

Adjunct Faculty

Clinical Psychology
Schizotypy and schizophrenia from experimental and developmental psychopathology perspectives

Emerita/Emeritus Faculty

Developmental Psychology
Early development of human perception and learning from the prenatal period to the preschool years

Physiological Psychology
Cheryl A. Logan
Social Psychology
History of psychology; history of sexuality; applications of psychology and biology to society in the early 20th century; animal communication

Developmental Psychology
Social Psychology
Judgment and decision making; regret; information integration; social comparison
Behavior Analysis
Assessing response strength; factors that determine the resistance to change of operant behavior (behavioral momentum)
Developmental Psychology
Auditory perception and sensory processes in children and adults
Jacquelyn W. White
Social Psychology
Social psychology of sexual aggression, sexual victimization, social influence, and gender.