Faculty

Pamela R. Alley palley@clemson.edu, Brackett 312A, (864) 656-7634

  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1983, University of Connecticut
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Human Sexual Behavior (3060), Lifespan Human Development (3400), Abnormal Psychology (3830)

Thomas R. Alley alley@clemson.edu, Brackett 312J, (864) 656-4974

  • Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, 1981, University of Connecticut
  • Research:  Psychological aspects of physical appearance, perception and cognition, psychology of eating, memory
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Cognitive Psychology (3330/3340), Sensation and Perception (4220/4230), Perception, Cognition and Technology (8230), Advanced Cognitive      Psychology (8330)

Jennifer Bisson jbisson@clemson.edu, Brackett 310, (864) 656-0998

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, 2013, University of Connecticut
  • Courses:  PSYC 3090, Intro. Exp. Psych; PSYC 3091, Intro. Exp. Psych. Lab; PSYC 3100, Adv. Exp. Psych.; PSYC 3101, Adv. Exp. Psych. Lab

Edwin G. Brainerd, Jr. bedwin@clemson.edu, Brackett 312H, (864) 656-4976

  • Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, 1974, West Virginia University
  • Research:  Behavior modification, stress management, romantic relationships, jealousy
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Personality (3700), Systems and Theories of Psychology (4150)

Thomas W. Britt twbritt@clemson.edu, Brackett 412G, (864) 656-4979

  • Ph.D. in Social Psychology, 1994, University of Florida
  • Research:  Social and organizational psychology: predictors and consequences of psychological and physical energy, positive psychological approaches to organizational stress and resiliency, dynamic aspects of employee engagement, the stigma of seeking treatment for psychological problems, military psychology
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Social Psychology (3520), Organizational Psychology (3680), Organizational Stress (8850), Advanced Social Psychology (8520)

Robert Campbell campber@clemson.edu, Brackett 412A, (864) 656-4986

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, 1986, University of Texas at Austin
  • Research:  Moral development, development of the self and values, self-esteem, development of expertise, mathematical development, psychological theory, history of developmental psychology, philosophy of social science
  • Courses:  Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Cognitive Psychology (3330/3340), Life-Span Developmental Psychology (3400), Systems and Theories of Psychology (4150), Infant and Child Development (4430), Moral Development (4470), Advanced Studies in Systems and Theories (8150), Advanced Cognitive Psychology (8330)

Claudio Cantalupo ccantal@clemson.edu, Brackett 412D, (864) 656-4978

  • Ph.D. in Biopsychology, 2000, University of Memphis
  • Research:  Experimental neuropsychology, comparative psychology, cognitive primatology
  • Courses:  Physiological Psychology (3240), Sensation and Perception (4220), Motivation (3300), Advanced Physiological Psychology (4260,6260)

Lee Gugerty gugerty@clemson.edu, Brackett 312D, (864) 656-4467

  • Ph.D. in Human Factors Psychology, 1989, University of Michigan
  • Research:  Human factors psychology, cognitive psychology, dynamic situation awareness and navigation skills, usability evaluation
  • Courses:  Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Cognitive Psychology (3330/3340), Human Factors Psychology (4350, 8350)

Jo Jorgensen jjorgen@clemson.edu, Brackett 312C, (864) 656-4889

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2002, Clemson University
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Social Psychology (3520), Senior Laboratory in Psychology (4920), Pursuing Happiness (2500), Cognitive Psychology (3330)

Bruce King bking2@clemson.edu, Sirrine 368, (864) 656-7368

  • Ph.D. in Biopsychology, 1978, University of Chicago
  • Research:  Physiological psychology, biological bases of feeding behavior and body weight regulation, human sexuality
  • Courses:  Human Sexual Behavior (3060)

Robin M. Kowalski rkowals@clemson.edu, Brackett 412E, (864) 656-0348

  • Ph.D. in Social Psychology,1990, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Research:  Aversive interpersonal behaviors (specifically, complaining, cyber bullying, and teasing), health psychology (with an emphasis on organ donation)
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Social Psychology (3520), Health Psychology (4800), and Psychology of Women (4080)

James McCubbin jmccubb@clemson.edu, Brackett 312E, (864) 656-1738

  • Ph.D. in Health Psychology, 1980, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
  • Research:  Behavioral medicine, psychophysiology, stress and cardiovascular disease, pain control mechanisms, psychoneuroendocrinology, occupational health psychology
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Physiological Psychology (3240), Advanced Physiological Psychology (4260), Health Psychology (4800), Survey of Occupational Health Psychology (8820)

Paul Merritt pmerrit@clemson.edu, Brackett 319C, (864) 656-3930

  • Ph.D. in  Psychology, 2002, Colorado State University
  • Research:  Memory and cognition, decision making, smoking cessation, gender differences in cognition
  • Courses:  Introductory Experimental Psychology (3090), Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Physiological Psychology (3240), Cognitive Psychology (3330, 3340), Health Psychology (4800)

DeWayne Moore moore@clemson.edu, Brackett 312I, (864) 656-4983

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, 1979, Michigan State University
  • Research:  Cognitive aging, adolescent development
  • Courses:  Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Life-Span Developmental Psychology (3400), Psychology of Adolescence (3440), Adulthood and Aging (3450), Research Design and Quantitative Methods I (8100)

Janice G. Murdoch janw@clemson.edu, Martin Hall E2020, (864) 656-4755

  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1985, Vanderbilt University
  • Research:  Compliance with health behaviors, treatment of substance abuse
  • Courses:  Substance Use and Abuse (3750), Health Psychology (4800/6800), Abnormal Psychology (4830), Practicum in Clinical Psychology (4930)

Eric Muth muth@clemson.edu, Brackett 410J, (864) 656-6741

  • Ph.D. in  Psychology, 1997, Pennsylvania State University
  • Research:  Performance and physiological changes in extreme environments
  • Courses:  Introductory Experimental Psychology (3090), Physiological Psychology (3240/3250), Advanced Physiological Psychology (4260), Applied Psychophysiology (4560), Health Psychology (4800/6800)

Chris Pagano cpagano@clemson.edu, Brackett 312F, (864) 656-4984

  • Ph.D. in Human Experimental Psychology, 1993, University of Connecticut
  • Research:  Haptic & visual perception, proprioception, visually guided reaching, human factors, teleoperation of robotic systems
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Sensation and Perception (4220), Ergonomics for Applied Psychology (8370)

Richard Pak richpak@clemson.edu, Brackett 410B, (864) 656-1584

  • Ph.D. in Engineering Psychology, 2005, Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Research:  Human factors psychology, human-computer interaction, cognitive aging, automation
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Usability (8400)

June J. Pilcher jpilche@clemson.edu, Brackett 312G, (864) 656-4985

  • Ph.D. in Biopsychology, 1989, University of Chicago
  • Research:  Sleep deprivation and circadian rhythms, fatigue assessment, physiology of stress, fitness for duty, on-the-job safety, patient care
  • Courses:  Physiological Psychology (3240), Health Psychology (4800/6800), Introduction to Psychology (2010), Abnormal Psychology (3830), Advanced Physiological Psychology (4260/6260), Brain and Behavior (4750)

Cynthia Pury cpury@clemson.edu, Brackett 410H, (864) 656-7876

  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 1997, Northwestern University at Evanston
  • Research:  Courage, positive psychology, situational affordances
  • Courses:  Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Personality (3700), Abnormal Psychology (3830), Positive Psychology (4820), Theories of Psychotherapy (4880), Applied Mental Health (8990)

Patrick H. Raymark praymar@clemson.edu, Brackett 415, (864) 656-4715

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1993, Bowling Green State University
  • Research:  Personnel selection, job analysis, performance appraisal, leadership
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Personnel Psychology (8610), Performance Appraisal (8640), Leadership in Organizations (8680), Advanced Personnel Selection (8690)

Patrick J. Rosopa prosopa@clemson.edu, Brackett 410C, (864) 656-7633

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2006, University of Central Florida
  • Research:  Industrial-organizational psychology, quantitative analysis, citizenship behavior, stereotypes, mentoring, and individual differences in organizational behavior
  • Courses:  Introductory Experimental Psychology (3090), Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Industrial Psychology (3640), Organizational Psychology (3680), Research Design and Quantitative Methods II (8110), Organizational Psychology (8620)

Sarah Sanborn ssanbor@clemson.edu, Brackett 310, (864) 656-0098

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, 2014, University of Connecticut
  • Courses:  Advanced experimental psychology (3100), Infant and child development (4430)

Marissa L. Shuffler mshuffl@clemson.edu, Brackett 312B, (864) 656-2831

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 2013, University of Central Florida
  • Research:  teamwork, team development interventions (team building, coaching, training), leadership across organizational levels, shared/collective leadership, multiteam systems, dynamic factors that influence team and leadership interactions, including virtuality, culture, and high risk environments.
  • Courses:  Teamwork (4890)

Robert Sinclair rsincla@clemson.edu, Brackett 319A, (864) 656-3931

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1995, Wayne State University
  • Research:  Organizational and occupational health psychology, organizational commitment and retention, individual and organizational factors influencing employee safety, health, and well-being, occupational health in nursing, military, and retail contexts, work schedules, economic stressors
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Advanced Experimental Design (3100), Organizational Psychology (3680), Organizational Psychology (8620), Occupational Health Psychology (8820), Psychological testing (4710)

Benjamin R. Stephens bstephe@clemson.edu, Brackett 312L, (864) 656-4982

  • Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, 1985, University of Texas
  • Research:  Perceptional development, vision
  • Courses:  Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Life-Span Developmental Psychology (3400), Infant and Child Development (4430), Senior Laboratory in Psychology (PSYC 4920), Human Perception and Performance (8220)

Fred S. Switzer, III switzef@clemson.edu, Brackett 410F, (864) 656-4980

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1988, University of Illinois
  • Research:  Decision making and motivation, real-time judgment and risk, industrial teams and teamwork, organizational simulation methods
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Advanced Experimental Psychology (3100), Industrial Psychology (3640), Organizational Psychology (3680), Principles and Processes of Teamwork (4570), Personnel Psychology (8610), Organizational Development (8620), Work Motivation and Satisfaction (8630), Psychological Tests and Measurements (8710)

Mary Anne Taylor taylorm@clemson.edu, Brackett 410I  (864) 656-4714

  • Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, 1990, University of Akron
  • Research:  Reactions to sex and race-based affirmative action, test development, retirement planning and adjustment
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Personnel Psychology (8610), Legal Issues (8670), Psychological Tests and Measurement (8710)

Richard A. Tyrrell tyrrell@clemson.edu, Brackett 319B, (864) 656-4977

  • Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, 1993, The Pennsylvania State University
  • Research:  Experimental psychology, visual perception and performance, transportation safety
  • Courses:  Introduction to Psychology (2010), Introductory Experimental Psychology (3090), Human Factors Psychology (4350, 8350), Human Perception and Performance (8220)

Heidi Zinzow hzinzow@clemson.edu, Brackett 312K, (864) 656-4376

  • Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, 2007, University of Georgia
  • Research:  Trauma, violence, and mental health; clinical interventions for trauma victims; culture and cognition; trauma among women, military, and marginalized populations
  • Courses: Theories of Psychotherapy (4880), Senior Laboratory in Psychology (4920), Practicum in Clinical Psychology (4930)