101 Broad St.
Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 564-3379
Office: Room 216 Beaumont Hall
Spring 2013 Office Hours (Beaumont 216) -
MTW @ 11:00 - Noon; T @ 2:00 - 3:00
have recently taught courses such as Personality, Research Methods (graduate), and
In the Spring 2013 semester I am teaching the following
Psy 340 -
Personality - This link provides a brief overview.
Students registered for this class can logon
to the Moodle system using their SUNY Plattsburgh NetID for more information regarding the course
requirements and syllabus.
Psychology (an on line course delivered using the
link provides a brief overview. Students registered for this
class can logon the Moodle system (using their SUNY Plattsburgh NetID) for more
information regarding the course requirements about one week
before classes begin. Although listed as two sections, this is
Psy 304D - Psychology of Justice. This Junior Seminar is focused
on theory and applications related to perceptions of justice.
Three major concepts
are studied in this area. Distributive justice refers to
people's beliefs about the fairness of outcomes, procedural
justice refers to perceptions of fairness in the procedures used
in allocation of outcomes, and interactional justice refers to
people's beliefs about the fairness with which they have been
treated by authority figures.
welcome student's participation in my research endeavors. More
information is available here.
In addition, my Vita is available
here (107 kb pdf file).
Links to useful information.
and Career Information for Psychology Majors
Homepage of the Society for
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Psychological Science (APS)
Homepage for Psi Chi, the
National Honor Society for Psychology students
This page was
updated Monday, May 13, 2013