Cyber Village

Faculty - Psychology

CIMG0546
 

Associate Professor and Chair: David Wall Rice

Location: Dansby Hall, Room 210

Phone: (470) 639-0593

Email: david.rice@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Identity theory development Discourse, narrative, and life-story-tellings as related to identity construction The impact of popular culture on personality correlates and psychological behavior Identity and the negotiation of achievement, particularly among African American males The impact of psycho-social constructs on academic achievement (i.e. race self-complexity, multiple-selves, stereotype threat) 


Associate Vice President and Professor: Jann H. Adams

Location: Dansby Hall, Room 203-B

Phone: (470) 639-0353

Email: jann.adams@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: John Henryism and elevated cardiovascular reactivity, hypertension and other long-term health consequences, Intervention effectiveness in reducing attrition and enhancing performance of African American undergraduates in the STEM fields

Assistant Professor: Jenna G. Andrews


Location: Dansby Hall, Room 204

Phone: (470) 639-0725

Email: jennifer.andrews@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: African American's use of social support networks, Race and gender differences in disclosure and emotional sharing in psychotherapy African American spirituality and psychological well-being 


Associate Professor: Tina R. Chang


Location: Dansby Hall, Room 202-D

Phone: (470) 639-0581

Email: changtr@gmail.com or tina.chang@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Effects of captivity on non-human primate behavior & psychological well-being, Evolutionary theory and affordances as predictors of environmental preference in human and non-human primates, Application of applied behavior analysis to program evaluation in non-traditional work settings

 

Associate Professor: Daniel L. Hummer


Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay Hall, Room 307

Phone: (470) 639-0748

Email: daniel.hummer@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Neurobiological mechanisms involved in the synchronization of the circadian clock to the light-dark cycle, Development and sexual differentiation of brain and behavior, Neuroendocrinology of social behavior 


Professor: Duane Jackson

Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay Hall, Room 104

Phone: (470) 639-0207

Email: duane.jackson@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Learning and Behavior in Insects; Swarm Intelligence; Human and Non-human Animal Behavior in Zoo Setting 


Assistant Professor: Chris Markham


Location: Hopps Technology Tower, Room 120

Phone: (470) 639-0459

Email: chris.markham@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Neurobiological mechanisms and consequences of social defeat stress, Ethological models of fear and anxiety, Neuroanatomical circuits mediating defensive and aggressive behavior 


Associate Professor: Bryant T. Marks


Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay Hall, Room 227-A

Phone: (470) 639-0540

Email: bryant.marks@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: The psychological impact of the Black College experience, The impact of activated stereotypes on performance and behavior Gender stereotypes among African Americans, Racial identity as a predictor of academic achievement, self-esteem, and ingroup and outgroup racial attitudes

Assistant Professor: Yohance F. Murray


Location: Dansby Hall, Room 202-B

Phone: (470) 639-0980

Email: yohance.murray@yahoo.com

Research Interests: African American's use of social support networks, Race and gender differences in disclosure and emotional sharing in psychotherapy African American spirituality and psychological well-being 


Professor: Martin Rosenman


Location: Dansby Hall, Room 202-C

Phone: (470) 639-0220

Email: martin.rosema@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Leadership, creative problem solving and decision making, Organizational innovation through employee ideas, Psychology and the financial markets Scientific discovery 


Associate Professor: Sinead N. Younge


Location: Nabrit-Mapp-McBay Hall, Room 227-B

Phone: (470) 639-0360

Email: sinead.younge@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: Psychosociocultural antecedents of health behaviors, HIV/AIDS prevention and tertiary interventions, Community-based participatory action research, Program development, implementation and evaluation


Administrative Assistant: Jeanine White

Location: Dansby Hall, Room 210

Phone: (470) 639-0593

Email: jwhite@morehouse.edu

Psychology Professor Emeritus: Margaret L. Weber-Levine


Location: Dansby Hall, Room 202-F

Email: mweberlevine@morehouse.edu

Research Interests: The uses and effectiveness of complementary and alternative practices in health and illness. The effects of nutrition and other environmental factors on brain function and behavior/health psychology. Issues in the responsible conduct of science.