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Psychology Faculty

The psychology department has 12 experienced full-time faculty engaged in active programs of teaching, research and service.

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Quin Chrobak, Ph.D.

Quin Chrobak

Office: CLOW F025
(920) 424-2307

Office Hours:

M 9:00 - 10:40

H 11:30 - 1:10

Cognitive Psychologist

False memory, source monitoring, eyewitness suggestibility, causal attribution, and the impact of trauma/stress on basic memory processes

Elizabeth S. Focella, Ph.D.

Elizabeth Focella

Office: CLOW F022
(920) 424-2313

Office Hours:

T 10:15 - 11:15

H 10:45 - 12:45

Health Psychologist

Attitudes and behavior change, prejudice and stereotyping, health, medical decision making

Phan Y. Hong, Ph.D.


Office: CLOW F029
(920) 424-2302

Office Hours:

M 1:00 - 1:45

W 12:00-1:30

Clinical Psychologist

Personality disorders, disorders of emotion regulation, mindfulness, invalidation of trauma and personal experiences, and manipulation; stigma and mental health seeking behaviors

Lixin Jiang, Ph.D.Lixin Jiang

Office: CLOW F030
(920) 424-7168 (prefered)

Office Hours:

F: 10:20am-1pm


Industrial/Organizational Psychologist

Job Insecurity;

Workplace Safety;

Organizational Climate;

Workplace Stress Intervention;

Occupational Health Psychology;

Aaron T. Karst, Ph.D.

Aaron Karst

Office: CLOW F021
(920) 424-7172

Office Hours:

T 8:40 - 10:20

H 8:40 - 10:20

Or by appointment


Neuropathology of autism, cytoarchitectonics, nonconscious processing, and the role of color and texture in primed object processing


James Koch, Ph.D.

James Koch

Office: CLOW F020
(920) 424-2303

Office Hours:

M 2:30 - 3:30

W 9:00 - 11:00

H 2:00 - 3:00

Or by appointment


Behavioral Neuroscience: 1) pharmacology of ingestion; 2) EEG patterns related to attention and affective states

Sarah C. Kucker, Ph.D.

Sarah C. Kucker

Office: CLOW F023
(920) 424-7175

Office Hours:

M 1:00 - 3:00

W 1:00 - 3:00

Or by appointment

Developmental Psychologist

Language development and word learning., category development, semantic-conceptual knowledge and language disorders, cognitive mechanisms underlying learning

David A. Lishner, Ph.D. & Department Chair


Office: CLOW F034
(920) 424-2301

Office Hours:

M 12:00 -1:00

Or by appointment

Social Psychologist

Research dependability and replication, empathy-related processes, altruism, prosocial motivation, personality, and aggression

Lee McCann, Ph.D.


Office: CLOW F012
(920) 424-7169

Office Hours:

M 3:30 - 4:00

T 3:00 - 3:30

W 1:10 - 1:40

H 3:00 - 3:30

Student and faculty instructional practices and preferences, and psychology curricular structure

Anca Miron, Ph.D.


Office: CLOW F027
(920) 424-2328

Office Hours:

T 1:15 - 2:15

H 1:15 - 2:15

Social Psychologist

Motivational properties of emotions, emotional intensity and emotion regulation, psychological reactance, and justice standards

Justyna Olszewska, Ph.D.

Justyna Olszewska

Office: CLOW F026
(920) 424-7173

Office Hours:

T 3:00 - 5:00

H 8:00 - 10:00

Or by appointment

Cognitive Psychologist

False memory, semantic memory errors (DRM paradigm), modality effect and memory, the impact of individual differences on veridical and false memories

Ashley Thompson, Ph.D.

Ashley Thompson, Ph.D.

Office: CLOW F014
(920) 424-2349

Office Hours:

T 11:20 - 12:20

W 1:30 - 3:30

Quantitative and Social Psychologist

Attitudes and judgments relating to romantic and sexual interpersonal relationships, the onset and maintenance of these relationships, and the role of gender in romantic and sexual relationship experiences

by Karst, Aaron T last modified Oct 20, 2016 08:26 AM
2016 Fall Colloquium Series

Dec 9th from 1:00-2:30 in Clow 240

Sarah Londo - The assessment of men's and women's implicit sexual double standards: An application of sexual script theory

Caileigh Zimmerman - Narcissism, perspective taking, and empathy

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