Faculty

  • Accredited by the American Psychological Association

    Accredited by the American Psychological Association

CORE CLINICAL FACULTY

Jaime L. Anderson, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Research interests include the conceptualization, assessment, and diagnosis of personality disorders, with particular focus on the use of dimensional trait models in understanding personality psychopathology.

jla068@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

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Marcus Boccaccini, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Associate Director of Clinical Training


Research interests include adversarial allegiance in expert witness opinions, agreement among forensic evaluators, field reliability and validity of procedures used in forensic assessment.

Boccaccini@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

Clinical Psych

Mary Alice Conroy, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Clinic Director


Research interests include forensic clinical psychology, risk assessment, civil commitment evaluations.

MAConroy@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: NO

Clinical Psych

Craig Henderson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology

Research interests include family psychology, juvenile substance abuse treatment, college student alcohol use, exercise-based interventions, advanced data analytic methodology.

CEH003@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

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Rowland S. Miller, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology

Research interests include social psychology, social emotions (i.e. embarrassment & shame),close relationships.

Miller@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: NO

Clinical Psych

David Nelson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology

Research interests include clinical psychology, health psychology, and neurobehavioral functioning.

DVN001@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

Clinical Psych

Chelsea Ratcliff, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Research interests include health psychology; behavioral-and-mindfulness-based interventions; and understanding the relations among stress, physical health, psychosocial adjustment, and quality of life.

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

Chelsea Ratcliff
Temilola Salami, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Research interests include a focus on health disparities, and understanding how sociocultural, cognitive and interpersonal factors interact in the onset and maintenance of PTSD, depression, anxiety and suicidality.

Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES
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Jorge G. Varela, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Director of Clinical Training


Research interests include cultural and linguistic (Spanish) diversity issues in forensic psychology, particularly forensic assessment.  I also maintain professional interests in law enforcement psychology as well as military psychology

jgv002@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

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ASSOCIATED FACULTY RESEARCH MENTORS

Amanda Venta, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Research interests include adolescent mental health; the protective effects of adolescent-parent attachment security; and the psychological functioning of recently immigrated adolescents. Dr. Venta is the Director of the Youth and Family Studies Lab.
aventa@shsu.edu
Curriculum Vita

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: UNDECIDED

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Hillary Langley, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Research interests include developmental psychology and children’s mental health; children’s eyewitness testimony and the impact of stress and anxiety on children’s memory for traumatic experiences; the protective effects of prosocial behaviors and emotions (e.g., empathy, gratitude) on children’s psychological well-being; and, the implementation of parental training programs focused on teaching parents how to effectively talk with their children about past stressful or traumatic experiences as well as children’s past behavioral transgressions.

Accepting prospective doctoral student applications for Fall 2018: YES

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AFFILIATE FACULTY

D. Christopher Wilson, Ph.D.

Chairperson
Department of
Psychology & Philosophy

WILSON@shsu.edu

Curriculum Vita

Jeff Anastasi, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

JSA001@shsu.edu

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A. Jerry Bruce, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

BRUCE@shsu.edu

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James Crosby, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

jwc014@shsu.edu

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Donna Desforges, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

DESFORGES@shsu.edu

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Marsha J. Harman, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology

Harman@shsu.edu

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Phillip Lyons, Ph.D., J.D.

Dean
College of Criminal Justice

Icc_pml@shsu.edu

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Holly Miller, Ph.D.

Associate Dean
College of Criminal Justice

hmiller@shsu.edu

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Ramona Noland, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychology

School Psychology Program

Noland@shsu.edu

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