Most of the faculty members in the Psychology Department are actively engaged in research. Click on a video below to watch some of the faculty members discuss their current research projects and interests.




Dr. Gwen Lupfer-Johnson discusses her research on alcohol related motivation in dwarf hamsters.




Dr. Gloria Eldridge discusses the research she is doing in collaboration with Dr. Mark Johnson and the Center for Behavioral Health Research and Services on the ethics of research in correctional settings.




Dr. Joshua Swift discusses his research investigating the effectiveness of psychotherapy.




Dr. Claudia Lampman discusses her research examining contrapower harassment.




Dr. Patrick Dulin discusses some of his research on aging and on developing mobile interventions for alcohol abuse.





Dr. E.J. David discusses his reasearch on ethnic minority psychology and internalized oppression.





Dr. John Petraitis discusses his research investigating risk-taking behavior.