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Lee McCann, Ph.D.


Office: Polk 44
Phone: (920) 424-7169

Lee I. McCann received his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Iowa State University. He is a Professor of Psychology and both a Rosebush and University Professor at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he has served as Department Chair and Associate Vice Chancellor. Dr. McCann is a Fellow of both the American Psychological Association and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology. He is the coauthor (with Baron Perlman) of Recruiting Good College Faculty: Practical Advice for a Successful Search (1996, Anker), coeditor (with Baron Perlman and Susan McFadden) of Lessons Learned: Practical Advice for the Teaching of Psychology Vol. I (1999, American Psychological Society), Vol. 2(2004, American Psychological Society), & Vol. 3 (2008, Association for Psychological Science, and coeditor (with Baron Perlman and Wm. Buskist) of Voices of Experience: Memorable Talks From the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology (2005, American Psychological Society). Dr. McCann is the coauthor (with Baron Perlman) of several articles dealing with the teaching and curriculum of psychology and has presented numerous papers, posters, workshops, and invited presentations at regional and national conferences.

Dr. McCann teaches Health Psychology, Comparative Psychology, and Learning.

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2015 Spring Colloquium Series

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