Faculty & Staff
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Associate Professor; Director, Developmental & Learning Sciences Research Center
2150F EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Professor of Philosophy and Psychology
Tony’s research is both philosophical and empirical. It is focused on questions related to dynamical modeling, ecological psychology, artificial life and complex systems. He is author of more than 70 articles and the book Radical Embodied Cognitive Science (2009, MIT Press), which was a finalist for the Lakatos Award. His second book, co-authored with Stephan Kaufer, will appear on Polity Press. He is currently editing the second edition of the MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences.
For more infomrmation, see Tony's pages at academia.edu or google scholar
Associate Professor of Psychology and Communications Sciences and Disorders
4130N EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
C.-Y. Peter Chiu is an Associate Professor in Psychology with a secondary appointment in the Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders. He graduated from the University of Toronto (B.Sc., M.A.) and Harvard University (PhD), with training in cognitive neuroscience. His work focuses on the neural mechanisms of a variety of cognitive domains including risky decision making, behavioral economics and consumer behaviors, executive functions, social cognition, and attention, memory and language. At UC, he has taught a variety of courses such as Cognitive Development, Research Methods in Cognition, and Cognition & Learning.
Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Organizational Leadership
4130M EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Donna Chrobot-Mason’s current research interests include leadership across differences and strategies for creating organizational practices, policies, and a climate that supports diversity. Her teaching interests reside in the areas of organizational psychology, diversity, and leadership.
Assistant Professor, Volunteer
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Currently, Sarah Cummins-Sebree’s research focuses on development of postural control and other aspects of perception in children, as well as self-regulated learning in college students. She primarily teaches the Human Development sequence.
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology
EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Professor, Joint Appointment
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Jeffery Epstein’s research focuses on ADHD-related cognitive deficits, examining the efficacy of pharmacological, behavioral, and cognitive treatments for patients with ADHD, and the promotion of evidence-based ADHD care in community settings.
Professor of Philosophy, Psychology, and Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience | Co-Director and Scholar-in-Residence, Weaver Institute for Law and Psychiatry | Director, Medicine, Health, and Society Program | Executive Director, UC LEAF | Affiliated Facu
201-A McMicken Hall
Most recently, Valerie has received research fellowships from the Medical Humanities Program at the University of Texas-Medical Branch, the Center for Mind, Brain, and Cognitive Evolution at Ruhr-University Bochum, and the Institute for Philosophy/School of Advanced Study at the University of London. She received a bachelor’s degree with a double major in philosophy and political science from the University of California, Berkeley, a master’s degree in philosophy from the University of Houston, and an interdisciplinary PhD in cognitive science and philosophy from the University of California, San Diego.
Associate Professor | CAP Affiliate
5120G EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Associate Professor; Director, MA Psychology Program; Assistant Head, Department of Psychology; Co-Director, UC LEAF
4130D EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
4150H EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
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Associate Professor Psychology Co-Director, UC LEAF
4150B EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Represented Adjunct Professor, Director of Advising and associate director of undergraduate studies
5120J EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
5130-C EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Behavioral Medicine (CCHMC) Associate Professor, Department or Psychology (UC) Co-Director, Community Engagement Core Co-Director of INNOVATIONS Associate Profe
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Monica Mitchell’s research investigates child and family coping with chronic illness, and their relation to health status and outcomes, particularly in African-American populations. She also conducts community engagement projects with schools and non-profit agencies to ensure evidence-based practice related to mental health, obesity and school readiness.
4150I EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
4150D EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry
4150J EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Assistant Professor of Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Neuroscience
4150 EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
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Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
Dr. Strakowski’s work focuses on using neuroimaging techniques to study the problems in the brain that cause bipolar disorder. He frequently lectures on this and related topics.
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4150G EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Associate Professor, Educator
5120M EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Dr. Hall received her Ph.D. in Psychology with a specialization in Behavior Analysis from West Virginia University where she conducted both basic and applied research in learning, motivation, and Performance Management. She also holds an M.A. degree in Psychology from West Virginia University and B.S. degrees in both Psychology and Biology from Montana State University.
Dr. Hall has been at the University of Cincinnati for 23.5 years. Prior to becoming a faculty member of her current department, she was a faculty member in the College of Applied Science and then served as the founding (Interim) Director of the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards.
In addition to teaching, Dr. Hall has been very involved in Faculty Governance at the University of Cincinnati. She has served as the Chair of the University Faculty, as a Faculty Representative to the Board of Trustees, as the Secretary of the University Faculty,as both an at-large and college senator, as a member of the Faculty Senate Cabinet, as chair of the Faculty Senate Governance Committee, as chair of the Faculty Senate Human Relations Committee, as Chair of the Faculty Senate Committee on Committees, as a member of the Ohio Faculty Council and as a member of numerous additional committees and councils including the President's cabinet, the Academic Coordinating Committee, two Presidential Search Committees, a Provostal search committee, the Just Community Steering committee, the Grievance committee, the Student Appeals committee and many others.
Kenneth King is a psychobiologist with a particular interest in how small primitive areas in lower brain regions exert great influence over higher mental functions. In addition to Introductory Psychology and Statistics/Methods, his courses include Psychobiology, Psychopharmacology, Brains on Drugs, and Broken Brains.
Asst Professor - Educator
5130E EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Tom’s broad background includes work with Fortune 100 firms, government agencies, start-ups, and international companies. His expertise has been sought out and included in articles in USA Today, CNBC, MSNBC, and Dow Jones’ MarketWatch. In addition to being part of the faculty at Miami University, Tom is a past State Council Director for the Ohio State Council of SHRM and has served on the SHRM Board of Director’s Membership Advisory Council Representative for SHRM’s North Central Region. In 2011, he co-founded GETDOT Cincy – a non-profit professional networking group which aids its members and has raised over $11,000 for local children’s charities.
He has been to China twice in the last two years to teach Human Resource Management and Negotiation Courses for the International MBA and Graduate School for Dalian University of Technology (ranked in the top 10 for MBA programs in China). While there he has also presented Leading Through Change for HP, Emotional Intelligence for FESCO and Overcoming Bias.
Undergraduate Program Director, Organizational Leadership; Professor - Educator
5130A EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Asst Professor - Educator
5140B EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
Associate Professor - Adjunct & Private Practice, Psychologist
EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
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Kathy Burlew is a substance abuse researcher. Her current and recent projects include (1) the development and testing of culturally tailored interventions to reduce HIV risk among substance abusing males and females and (2) the evaluation of interventions for African American substance abusers and (3) the evaluation of the long term benefits of participation in family therapy for substance using adolescents.
The current research interest of Charles Ginn focuses on the adoption of alternative course content systems including e-texts, publisher platforms, and open resource materials. For his teaching, he has repeatedly received the Excellence in Teaching Award as well as the Senior Class award for Inspiring Students. In 2011 Dr. Ginn received an Ohio Innovator Award from the Ohio Board of Regents for his efforts to reduce content costs for students.
429-C Dyer Hall
5120M EDWARDS 1 Edwards Center
316 Dyer Hall
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Post-Doc Fellows / Research Associates
Visit Lamb's website.