Our faculty offer internationally recognized research and teaching
programs. The names, terminal degrees and titles of all full-time
faculty in the department are listed below.
Janine P. Buckner, Ph.D.
Dr. Buckner's psychological specialty areas are in Autobiographical Memory, Identity Formation, and Gender research.View Full Profile »
Gregory A. Burton, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology and Associate Provost
Dr. Burton's research focus is on the psychology of perception, particularly haptic (active touch).View Full Profile »
Paige H. Fisher, Ph.D.
I conduct research on mental health & college adjustment, as well as preschool social & academic development.View Full Profile »
Kelly M. Goedert, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Dr. Goedert is a cognitive psychologist specializing in visuomotor biases, attention, learning, and causal inference.View Full Profile »
John R. Hovancik, Ph.D.
Dr. John Hovancik conducted 15 months of research while resident at the dolphin laboratory at the University of Hawaii.View Full Profile »
Amy Silvestri Hunter, Ph.D.
Dr. Amy Silvestri Hunter's research investigates the relationship between REM sleep and learning.View Full Profile »
Amy S. Joh, Ph.D.
Dr. Joh investigates the relationship between cognitive, perceptual, and motor development in children and adults.View Full Profile »
Jeffrey C. Levy, Ph.D.
Dr. Levy served as long-standing chair of the Department of Psychology, Council of Chairs, and Outcomes Assessment Team.View Full Profile »
Marianne E. Lloyd, Ph.D.
Dr. Lloyd studies how most of us have a memory that is efficient and effective, we just do not always realize it.View Full Profile »
Susan A. Nolan, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Dr. Susan Nolan is a United Nations representative for the American Psychological Association.View Full Profile »
Andrew F. Simon, Ph.D. Psy.D.
Dr. Andrew Simon's work addresses the areas of organizational dynamics and sports psychology.View Full Profile »
Susan Teague, Ph.D.
Fall semester 2009 marks the beginning of Dr. Susan Teague's 20th year at Seton Hall University.View Full Profile »
Michael Vigorito, Ph.D.
Dr. Vigorito's research with a rodent model of HIV aims to learn how the virus affects the brain and behavior.View Full Profile »
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