Psychology

Psychology

 

Faculty & Staff



Brenda Larimer Administrative Assistant
Moyer 227
484-664-3420


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Erika Bagley, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Developmental psychology
Moyer 218
484-664-3034


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Laura Edelman, Ph.D.  Professor
Cognitive psychology, sensation and perception
Courses/Research Page
Moyer 222
484-664-3426



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Alexandra Frazer, Ph.D  Visiting Assistant Professor
Cognitive psychology; psychology of language
Moyer 224
484-664-4313



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Gretchen Gotthard, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience
Behavioral neuroscience
Courses/Research Page
Moyer 324
484-664-3422



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Kathleen Harring, Ph.D. Professor
Interim Provost of Muhlenberg College
Health psychology
Provost's Office, 3rd Floor College Center
484-664-3424


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Jonathan Lassiter, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Clinical psychology
Moyer 216
484-664-4312

 

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Kenneth Michniewicz, Ph.D. Assistant Professor
Social psychology
Moyer 223
484-664-4344

 

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Katherine Richmond, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Clinical psychology, multicultural psychology
Moyer 217
484-664-3423



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Jeff Rudski, Ph.D. Professor
Psychobiology and learning
Moyer 230
484-664-3486



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Stefanie Sinno, Ph.D.  Associate Professor
Developmental psychology
Moyer 221
484-664-3425



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Mark Sciutto Ph.D. Professor, Department Chair
Clinical and school psychology
Courses/Research Page
Moyer 219
484-664-3649



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Alan Tjeltveit, Ph.D.  Professor
Psychotherapy, abnormal psychology
Moyer 220
484-664-3421



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Connie Wolfe, Ph.D. Associate Professor
Social psychology
Courses/Research Page
Moyer 215
484-664-3686


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Dr. Daniel Doviak, assistant professor of philosophy at Muhlenberg College, invites his environmental philosophy students to study the relationship between humanity and the world they occupy.
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