The Wichita State University's Psychology Department team is comprised of 14 faculty members, 2 office staff professionals, and 80 active graduate students. The Psychology Department had 25 grants, 79 publications, and 70 presentations in the 2015 - 2016 academic year.
The Psychology Department offers both undergraduate and graduate education in Psychology. The undergraduate psychology program is designed to provide a solid research orientation in experimental and quasi-experimental design and analysis with balanced attention to basic psychological processes (learning, cognition, perception, motivation, emotion, consciousness, physiology, etc.); social/cultural dimensions (social, developmental, personality, developmental, etc.); and applied issues and perspectives (clinical, community, substance abuse, testing & measurement, etc.) The graduate program offers doctoral degrees in Psychology with a focus in Community, Clinical, or Human Factors Psychology.
|Rhonda K. Lewis, Ph.D.||Department Chairemail@example.com||(316) 978-3170|
|Robert Zettle, Ph.D.||Graduate Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(316) 978-3081|
|Darwin Dorr, Ph.D.||Director of Clinical Trainingemail@example.com||(316) 978-3317|
|Greg Meissen, Ph.D.||Community Program Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org||(316) 978-3039|
|Barbara Chaparro, Ph.D.||Human Factors Program Coordinatoremail@example.com||(316) 978-3683|
Psychology Department Office
4th floor, Room 437: Jabara Hall
Open 8:00 to 5:00, Monday through Friday
Phone: (316) 978-3170
Fax: (316) 978-3086
(back row left to right) Dr. Ackerman, Dr. Clark, Dr. Meissen, Dr. A. Chaparro, Dr. Zettle, Dr. Dorr,
(front row left to right) Dr. He, Dr. Suss, Dr. Lewis, Dr. Medvene, Dr. Ni, Dr. B. Chaparro, Dr. Marvin, Dr. Burdsal