As a Psychology major you benefit from the extensive expertise of our faculty in the areas of human development, clinical psychology, cognitive neuroscience, learning and memory, social psychology, the biological basis of behavior and animal modeling.
Apart from our tenure track faculty who have doctoral degrees in their specialties, we also have two licensed clinicians on our faculty, which is very rare among undergraduate programs across the country.
Since many of our students are interested in clinical/counseling psychology as a future health profession, we have faculty that can assist you in pursuing that path.
I am broadly interested in studying learning, memory and emotion using behavioral neuroscience techniques. I have more recently become interested in how the brain's memory systems and emotional regulation systems come to function and cooperate over the course of development. I enjoy teaching at both the introductory and upper levels. When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family and practicing the martial arts.
Animal Learning and Behavior. Limbic System Function. Developmental Psychobiology.
courtship and aggression; influence of social environment on behavior; individual variation in behavior; behavioral endocrinology; fish behavior; communication networks; effects of endocrine disrupters and inadvertant pharmaceutical exposure on fish behav
I am honored to begin my fourth year at UNE in the Department of Psychology. I have a MS in Educational Psychology with a concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis and am a doctoral candidate in School Psychology.
My life changed directions in 2004 from a career in engineering to a career in psychology. That year my first child was born needing significant support and my full attention. While raising him (and his sister), I took classes in behavioral psychology...
Applied Behavior Analysis
Technology in the Practice of Psychology and Teaching
Julie Longua Peterson is an Assistant Professor of psychology at the University of New England and the principal investigator of the Self and Close Relationships Lab. Her program of research investigates the ways in which explicit (conscious, controlled) and implicit (unconscious, automatic) self and relationship processes influence how people navigate the ups and downs of daily life (e.g., acceptance, rejection). Julie's courses include Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Research Methods, Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies, and a seminar in Self...
Explicit and Implicit self-esteem; self-regulation; the role of the self in close relationships (e.g.