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Appetite; psychology of motivation; learning, appetite and food preferences

Kevin P. Myers
Associate professor of psychology
Phone: 570-577-3493
Email: kmyers@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Studies the neural and psychological factors that make foods rewarding and pleasurable.

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Last updated 12/29/2009

Attractiveness effects; self-perception; infidelity; flirting; jealousy; evolutionary theory/biological determinants and components of attractiveness; black psychology; social psychology.

T. Joel Wade
Professor of psychology
Phone: 570-577-1200
Email: jwade@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Has researched overt and covert sexism among men and women. Has received grants from the Ford Foundation.

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Last updated 1/22/2010

Animal behavior; psychology; cognition and conflict resolution in non-human primates; primate social cognition; primate social behavior

Peter G. Judge
Professor of psychology and animal behavior, director of the Animal Behavior program
Phone: 570-577-1339
Email: pjudge@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 7/19/2013

Animal intelligence; animal rights and welfare; ethics in animal research; endangered species; feral children; sociology of primates (especially monkeys and baboons).

Douglas Candland
Professor emeritus of psychology and former director of animal behavior program
Phone: 570-577-1431 (o), 570-524-2355 (h)
Email: dcandlan@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: Created Bucknell's animal behavior program in the 1960s; author of Feral Children and Clever Animals (Oxford University Press, 1993); editor of the Review of General Psychology, the journal of the American Psychological Association; and recipient of the Annual Award for Distinguished Teaching by the American Psychological Association and the annual award for contribution to education by the Animal behavior Society of America.

Child development; cognitive psychology; conceptual learning in science; educational psychology; environmental education; working with diverse populations; science education; statistics

Katharyn Nottis
Associate professor of education
Phone: 570-577-3462
Email: knottis@bucknell.edu
Accomplishments/areas of interest/selected publications: NSF grant for "Collaborative Research: inquiry-based activities to repair persistent student misconceptions of critical engineering concepts" with Michael Prince, Margot Vigeant and Ron Miller.

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Last updated 12/29/2009

Child development and psychology; cognitive/symbolic development (art, play and fantasy); spiritual and religious development in childhood and college; social interaction/gender issues in childhood; children and television; developmental psychology and women's body image and eating disorders in relation to spirituality and religion.

Chris Boyatzis
Professor of psychology
Phone: 570-577-1696
Email: boyatzis@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 12/29/2009

Social psychology and role of gender in self-concept.

Kimberly Daubman
Associate professor of psychology
Phone: 570-577-1962
Email: daubman@bucknell.edu

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Last updated 12/29/2009

 

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