Teaching

I have taught many different types of courses in my 20 years at the University of Kentucky within the Department of Psychology.
 
Undergraduate Level:
  • Introduction to Psychology (PSY 100)
  • Orientation to Psychology (PSY 195)
  • Thinking and Problem Solving (PSY 200)
  • Learning and Memory (PSY 311)
  • Cognitive Processes Lecture/Lab (PSY 427)
  • Psycholinguistics (PSY 529)
  • Eyewitness Testimony (PSY 562)
Undergraduate Courses within the Honors Program:
  • Violence: A Social Science Perspective (A&S 300)
  • Psychology and Law: Can the Memories of Eyewitnesses Be Trusted? (A&S 100; Freshmen Discover Seminar Program)
  • Ways of Knowing (A&S 105; Modern Studies Curriculum)
  • Communities (MSC 205, A&S 205; Modern Studies Curriculum)
Graduate Courses:
  • Proseminar in Cognition (PSY 628)
  • Eyewitness Testimony (PSY 780)
  • Interdisciplinary Approaches to Memory (PSY 780)
  • Working Memory (PSY 780)
  • Directed Readings in Cognitive Processes (PSY 790)
PSY 395 Opportunities:
 
If you are an undergraduate at UK and are interested in taking PSY 395 (Independent Study), my primary research interests include: 
(1) psychology and law; and (2) memory. 
 
Please stop by my office or contact me via email or a note in my mailbox if you would like to discuss the possibility of doing PSY 395 with me.
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