||Denise H. Bike, Ph.D.|
Multicultural competence in clinical work and research that includes a specialized focus in vocational psychology; psychotherapists' self-care; research has included the development and validation of a scale on the learning experiences component of the SCCT model of career development. Teaching interests include diversity awareness, research methods, ethics, practice-focused courses such as Theories, Assessment & Appraisal, and Principles & Practices, and practice from a mindfulness-based CBT orientation.
||Marianna E. Carlucci, Ph.D.|
Moderator, Psi Chi
Co-Moderator, LOFO (Loyola Forensic Organization)
Co-Moderator, PURSUE (Psychological Understanding of Research Studies & Undergraduate Experimentation)
Research interests center around the intersection between psychology and the law; investigated several areas of legal psychology including juries (sexual harassment), eyewitness identification, deception detection and memory conformity; interest in confessions (e.g., particular vulnerabilities) and interrogations (tactics, effectiveness, etc.
||Mary Jo Coiro, Ph.D.|
Scholarly interests include effects of maternal depression on children's mental health and the family environment; risk and protective factors (particularly parenting styles) in the development of child psychopathology; prevention of child psychopathology; cognitive-behavioral therapy with adolescents; policy issues affecting children.
||Theresa E. DiDonato, Ph.D.|
Moderator, Psychology Club
Research applies a social-psychological perspective to the intersection of self and other, focusing on romantic relationships and related processes (e.g., humor, jealousy, forgiveness), social perception and the self.
Frank D. Golom, Ph.D.
Scholarly interests broadly related to the science and practice of applying psychological principles to group and organizational settings, including the group process and attitudinal implications of sociodemographic and sexual orientation diversity in the workplace; organization change, development and resistance; and the design of classroom and organizational environments for effective learning and change.
||Michiko Iwasaki, Ph.D.|
Minority mental health, geropsychology, inter-racial marriages, family caregiving, long-term care, positive psychology and community outreach/participatory research.
||Adanna J. Johnson-Evans, Ph.D.|
Recruitment and retenion of people of color in psychology programs and academia, traditional African healing practices, qualitative methodology.
||Katie J. Loomis, Psy.D.|
Director, Undergraduate & Masters Field Education
Anxiety & stress managment, relaxation techniques, psychological distress and help-seeking behavior.
||Jason M. Prenoveau, Ph.D.|
Experimental fear conditioning, behavioral and psychophysiological correlates of fear and anxiety, and the structure, measurement, and longitudinal stability of fear, anxiety, and related affects.
||Dustin F. Sentz, Psy.D.|
Clinical interests include adult psychotherapy for anxiety, depression, mood disorders, adjustment disorders, grief/bereavement, relationship issues and marital counseling, as well as personality and forensic assessment. Research interests include intrusions from implicit memory, effects of modality, phonetic and semantic similarity of information, as well as the differential effects of familiarity and proportion of unintentionally processed information on accuracy of explicit memory.
||Tamra A. Shockley, Psy.D.|
Specialty areas are Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation Psychology. Clinical focus involves the adult assessment process, where teaching students to become more competent clinicians through keen inquisition, active examination of client history and presenting issues, fortification of test administration, case conceptualization, report writing, and thoughtful recommendations to address a variety of clinical issues, is my primary goal. Research interests include examination of changing norms in collegiate education, the relationship of medical dysfunction to cognitive difficulties, neurocognitive ability and incarceration, mental illness in the elderly, how affect relates to rehabilitation engagement and recovery, and the relationship of video gaming and development of self.
||Angelita M. Yu-Crowley, Ph.D.|
Director, Doctoral Field Education
Psychotherapy, training, supervision.