Department of Psychology

Department of

Psychology

Department of

Psychology

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GRADUATE STUDIES

Faculty Members Available to Supervise 2021-2022

The following faculty members have indicated their availability to supervise during the 2021-2022 academic session. (We do not accept students until there is a regular faculty member available to supervise their research).


Faculty COG-NEURO CLIN DEV SOC-PER
Dr. Christopher Bowie YES YES NO NO
Dr. Monica Castelhano YES YES* NO NO
Dr. Meredith Chivers YES YES NO YES
Dr. Wendy Craig NO YES* YES NO
Dr. Hans Dringenberg NO NO NO NO
Dr. Lee Fabrigar NO NO NO YES
Dr. Cynthia Fekken NO NO NO NO
Dr. Stanka Fitneva YES YES* YES NO
Dr. Randy Flanagan YES NO NO NO
Dr. Luis Flores NO YES NO NO
Dr. Jason Gallivan YES NO NO NO
Dr. Kate Harkness NO NO NO NO
Dr. David Hauser NO NO NO YES
Dr. Tom Hollenstein NO NO YES NO
Dr. Jill Jacobson NO NO NO NO
Dr. Li-Jun Ji NO NO NO YES
Dr. Elizabeth Kelley YES YES* YES NO
Dr. Valerie Kuhlmeier NO NO YES NO
Dr. Tara MacDonald NO YES* NO YES
Dr. Janet Menard YES NO NO NO
Dr. Michele Morningstar YES YES* YES NO
Dr. Kevin Munhall NO NO NO NO
Dr. Mary C. Olmstead YES YES* NO NO
Dr. Jordan Poppenk NO NO NO NO
Dr. Caroline Pukall YES YES NO NO
Dr. Mark Sabbagh YES YES* YES NO
Dr. Tim Salomons YES YES NO NO
Dr. Johnathan Smallwood YES NO NO NO
Dr. Jeremy Stewart YES YES YES NO
Dr. Dean Tripp NO YES NO NO
Dr. Anita Tusche YES NO NO NO
Dr. Sari van Anders YES NO YES YES
Dr. Jeffrey Wammes YES NO NO NO
Dr. Daryl Wilson YES YES* NO NO

** Given the number of Clinical Program faculty in the Department, and the class size that the Program can support, there is a finite number of new graduate student positions available in the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program every year, typically no more than 10 students. Clinical Program faculty are given first priority for recruiting Clinical graduate students. Because of these constraints, nonclinical faculty are rarely able to supervise graduate students in the Clinical Program. This means that students applying to the Clinical Psychology Graduate Program who indicate a preference for nonclinical faculty supervisors on their application have a lower likelihood of admission to the Program (e.g., by only ranking nonclinical faculty as prospective supervisors, or by ranking nonclinical faculty as more preferred than a clinical faculty member).