professor of psychology 205-348-1920 email@example.com Forensic psychology, expert witness effectiveness, competency for execution, jury selection, trial consultation, mitigation evidence and testimony.
associate professor of psychology 205/348-0189 firstname.lastname@example.org Hamilton studies medical illness behavior, with a particular focus on excessive or gratuitous illness behavior.
professor and chair, philosophy department email@example.com 205/348-1912 Hestevold’s primary research interests involve analytic metaphysics in particular, problems involving time and identity. He is also interested in the nature of mercy, pity and other concepts related to moral psychology.
professor and Doddridge Saxon Chair of Clinical Psychology 205/348-7678 (o) firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Lochman is the director of the Center for Prevention of Youth Behavior Problems. He has authored more than 210 scientific articles, chapters and books, and this work has primarily focused on the causes and consequences of highly aggressive behavior in childhood. He also is a [...]
professor of psychology and New College 205/348-1918 (o) email@example.com the Holocaust, Human and humane survival, ethics and social issues, prejudice and social movements, interdisciplinary models of teaching
professor of psychology 205/348-1924 firstname.lastname@example.org Psychology, self-help books, memory, relaxation therapy, geropsychology, depression and the elderly, memory and memory training for the elderly, depression therapy, bibliotherapy, memory training for adults, aging/elderly, stress
professor and chair of the psychology department 205/348-5024 (o) Bthorn@as.ua.edu Dr. Thorn’s research involves the psychosocial assessment and cognitiive-behavioral treatment for persistent pain. She has held research grants from The National Institute on Drug Abuse, The National Institute on Neurological Disorders and Stroke, and Roche laboratories.