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Heather Broccard-Bell

Lecturer
heatherbell@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 107A

Office Hours: Monday/Friday 9:30am-11:00am

Dr. Heather Bell completed her PhD in Neuroscience -- Behavior & Evolution at the Canadian Centre for Behavioral Neuroscience (University of Lethbridge) in 2014. She is interested, broadly, in the underlying structure of animal interactions, and, to this extent, has studied social behavior in both vertebrates and invertebrates. In addition to teaching in the Department of Psychological Sciences and the Department of Biology at USD, she is also a Postdoctoral Fellow at UCSD in the Nieh Lab, Department of Biological Sciences, where she integrates field and laboratory experiments with computer modeling to study collective decision-making in honey bees.

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Brent Crandal

Lecturer
bcrandal@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: SH 107B

Office Hours: Thursday 5:30pm - 7:00pm

Brent Crandal, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and research investigator at the Chadwick Center for Children and Families at Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego. As a clinician, he has offered evidence-based treatments for children, youth, and families in outpatient, inpatient, pediatric, military, and community mental health settings and supervises and trains therapists. He also co-authored Modular CBT for Children and Adolescents with Depression: A Clinician’s Guide to Individualized Treatment. As a research investigator he helped develop a new measurement approach to evaluate treatment outcomes in family therapy, has created strategies to promote family engagement in services, and more recently has been researching ways to screen and assess mental health needs for children and youth impacted by trauma. Through the California Screening, Assessment and Treatment Initiative, Dr. Crandal is also working with California state and county leadership to develop policies and practices that enhance well-being for children and youth in California’s Child Welfare and Behavioral Health systems.

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Dale Glaser

Lecturer
dglaser@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 114

Office Hours: Monday 5:00pm - 6:00pm (or by appointment)

Dr. Dale Glaser, Principal of Glaser Consulting, has accrued extensive experience in statistical analyses, psychometric testing, survey construction, item analysis, program evaluation, and organizational assessment/executive coaching and development within the health care, organizational, educational, human resources, governmental and marketing research domains. He also has gained extensive experience with advanced quantitative methods, including structural equation modeling, multilevel modeling, finite mixture modeling, and other multivariate/biostatistical techniques as they apply to areas in predictive modeling and classification. He has published numerous articles in the statistical, evaluation, and health care domains and is a member of various editorial boards, including Structural Equation Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal. At the graduate and undergraduate level he instructs courses such as: introductory and multivariate statistics, research methods, testing and measurement, and psychometric theory at San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and Alliant International University. He also holds the position of adjunct assistant professor of statistics at the School of Nursing at USD where he provides methodological and statistical consult for faculty on their research projects and proposals and he also is half-time faculty at Alliant where he teaches the Advanced Statistics sequence and related courses. Dr. Glaser was Past-President of the San Diego chapter of the American Statistical Association.

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Amy Green

Lecturer
aegreen@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 107B

Office Hours: Tuesday 4:45pm-5:30pm Thursday 7:00pm-7:45pm

Dr. Amy Green received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of South Florida in 2009 and completed her pre-doctoral internship in public sector psychology. Her research focuses on risk and resilience among youth, mental health policy, and the implementation of evidence-based practices in public sector service settings for children and families. Dr. Green is currently an Assistant Project Scientist in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego and an investigator at the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center. She is also actively involved in the American Psychological Association and has served on the executive committee of APA’s Division 37, Child and Family Policy and Practice, since 2010.

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Charles Heyser

Lecturer
cheyser@sandiego.edu
(619) 260-7736

Office: Serra Hall 120

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David McGrevy

Lecturer
dmcgrevy@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 107A

Office Hours: Monday 9:00am-10:00 (to 11:30am by appointment)

A native of Massachusetts, he graduated from American International College with a BA in Psychology, then earned Master’s degrees in Experimental Psychology/operant conditioning (Kent State U) and Guidance and Counseling (St. Mary’s U, TX) before completing a Ph.D. (Kent State U) in Developmental Psychology (cognitive/information processing). While at the USAF Human Resources Laboratory, he developed selection tests for personnel placement into military jobs. His research interests have included implicit and explicit (long term) memory and more recently the role of a student’s personal epistemology in college level interests and performance. As an adjunct professor he also teaches at other area colleges.

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Isabella Mutschler

Lecturer
isabellamutschler@sandiego.edu
619 260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 107A

Office Hours: Monday 4:30pm-6:00pm

Isabella Mutschler (PhD) studied Psychology and Neuroscience at the Universities of Basel (Switzerland), Tuebingen and Freiburg (Germany), and at Tufts University (USA). Her main research interests lie in the fields of Developmental and Clinical Psychology and Neuroscience, with a strong translational focus on clinically relevant perspectives in basis science work. She is interested in understanding neural correlates that underlie deficits in emotional experience in young children with autism and individuals with PTSD. In addition, she is a part-time faculty member at USD, at the Department of Psychological Sciences, and teaches Developmental Psychology.

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Stephen Pearlberg

Lecturer
stephenpearlberg@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 114

Office Hours: Monday 11:00-12:00 Tuesday 11:30-12:15 Friday 2:30-3:00

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Peter Vanderklish

Lecturer
pvanderklish@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 118

Office Hours: Tuesday 4:30-5:20 pm Thursday 4:50-5:20 pm

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Rebekah Wanic

Lecturer
rwanic@sandiego.edu
619-260-4600

Office: Serra Hall 114

Office Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 8:00am - 9:00am Monday/Wednesday 2:00pm - 4:00pm

Dr. Rebekah Wanic graduated with honors with her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Illinois and earned her Master’s and Ph.D. in Psychology from UCSD. Her areas of interest are applied social psychology and gender. The focus of her Master’s work was developing the subordination-reactivity hypothesis to help explain health disparities across genders. Her doctoral work was focused on exploring social comparison and body image, with the aim to identify cognitive strategies to reduce the negative impact of media exposure. She has spent the past several years supervising student research and teaching courses including Introductory and Social Psychology, Gender, Criminology, Psychology and the Law, Statistics, I/O Psychology and Research Methods at several of San Diego's colleges and universities.

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Jarryd Willis

Lecturer
jarrydwillis@sandiego.edu
4600

Office: SH 107A

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Dr. Jarryd Willis is a college teacher and Social Psychologist. He completed his PhD with a 4.0 GPA in Experimental Psychology at UT-Arlington in 2015 where his primary focus was Political Psychology & completed his Masters degree in Psychology at UT-San Antonio in 2011 where his primary focus was Attachment & LGBT Relationships. He believes social science should be leveraged in ongoing attempts to redress social inequities & in efforts to promote/produce greater well-being in the lives of individuals, communities, & our global society.

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