Psychology Faculty Research

Stephen Blessing, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
Stephen Blessing's primary interest is in how people learn.

Deletha Hardin, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology
Deletha Hardin's recent research focuses on two general areas — the variety of processes that influence the duration and quality of romantic relationships and the factors that contribute to the adjustment and well-being of college students.

Scott A. Husband, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
, Psychology
Scott Husband’s main field of study is behavioral neuroscience, with an emphasis on comparative brain anatomy and cognition.
 
G. Jeffrey Klepfer, Ph.D.  
Associate Professor, Psychology
Jeffrey Klepfer’s research interests, which routinely involve undergraduate student participation, have encompassed such diverse fields as leadership in higher education and mate selection.

Jeffrey S. Skowronek, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
 Jeffrey Skowronek's main area of research is the memory capabilities of children.

Michael J. Stasio, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
 Michael Stasio is currently engaged in studying the effects of over-the-counter medication and caffeinated energy drinks on mood problems and sleep quality.

James Woodson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Psychology
 James Woodson’s area of expertise is Behavioral Neuroscience, a field of psychology answering questions from a biological perspective.

Erica K. Yuen, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor, Psychology
Erica Yuen conducts clinical research on anxiety and mood disorders, with a focus on utilizing technology, acceptance-based approaches, and other innovative methods to improve treatment outcomes and dissemination.