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University of Maine, Farmington Psychology Department's current homepageEdit
Department contact detailsEdit
234 Main Street
Farmington, ME 04938
Phone: (207) 778-7377
FAX: (207) 778-7378
TDD: (207) 778-7000
List of degrees awardedEdit
- Bachelor of Arts: Psychology curriculum
Current notable staff and their homepagesEdit
- Professor of Psychology (Ed.D., University of Cincinnati)
- Psychology and law; death and dying; health care advocacy; abnormal psychology.
Susan A. Anzivino
- Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., Ohio State University)
- Children of divorce; child and family counseling; service learning in public schools; legislative and judicial advocacy.
- Assistant Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., University of Nevada, Reno)
- Social psychology, group dynamics, personal relationships, self identity, organizational behavior, family relations, and linkages between work and family life.
- Associate Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., Old Dominion University)
- Industrial/organizational psychology; career development; sports psychology; cultural diversity; lesbian/gay issues; psychology in cinema.
- Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., Cornell University)
- Infant and child development; parenting; assessment of school programs; assessment of families in poverty; statistical applications.
- Associate Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., Kansas State University)
- Moral development, aging, psychobiography, research methods, history of psychology.
Dan Seabold Homepage
- Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Clinical and counseling psychology; group work and gender issues.
- Professor of Psychology (Ph.D., University of Kansas)
- Social psychology; physiological psychology; biofeedback; history of psychology; creativity; computer applications and research methods.
- Instructor of Psychology (M.A., University of California, Davis)
- Infant and child development, cognitive development, and cross-cultural psychology.