Department of Psychology

Faculty

Chair

AARON JOHNSON, PhD University of Glasgow; Associate Professor

Associate Chair

ROISIN O’CONNOR, PhD State University of New York at Buffalo; Associate Professor

Distinguished Professors Emeriti

ZALMAN AMIT, PhD McGill University
TANNIS ARBUCKLE‑MAAG, PhD University of Toronto
ANNA‑BETH DOYLE, PhD Stanford University
PETER SHIZGAL, PhD University of Pennsylvania; Provost’s Distinction
JANE STEWART, PhD University of London
BARBARA WOODSIDE, PhD McMaster University

Professors

SHIMON AMIR, PhD McGill University; Professor; Provost’s Distinction
WAYNE BRAKE, PhD McGill University; Professor
WILLIAM BUKOWSKI, PhD Michigan State University; Professor
KRISTA BYERS-HEINLEIN, PhD University of British Columbia; Professor
JUNE S. CHAIKELSON, PhD McGill University; Professor
C. ANDREW CHAPMAN, PhD McMaster University; Professor
NADIA CHAUDHRI, PhD University of Pittsburgh; Professor
MICHAEL CONWAY, PhD University of Waterloo; Professor
ROBERTO DE ALMEIDA, PhD Rutgers University; Professor
MARK ELLENBOGEN, PhD Concordia University; Professor
JEAN-PHILPPE GOUIN, PhD Ohio State University; Professor
RICK GURNSEY, PhD Queen’s University; Professor
REX B. KLINE, PhD Wayne State University; Professor
KAREN Z. LI, PhD University of Toronto; Professor
JENNIFER MCGRATH, PhD Bowling Green State University; Professor
ALEXANDRE MORIN, PhD Université de Montréal; Professor
DAVID MUMBY, PhD University of British Columbia; Professor
VIRGINIA B. PENHUNE, PhD McGill University; Professor
NATALIE PHILLIPS, PhD Dalhousie University; Professor
DIANE POULIN‑DUBOIS, PhD Université de Montréal; Professor; Provost’s Distinction
ADAM RADOMSKY, PhD University of British Columbia; Professor
ANDREW RYDER, PhD University of British Columbia; Professor
NORMAN SEGALOWITZ, PhD University of Oxford; Professor
LISA SERBIN, PhD State University of New York at Stony Brook; Professor; Provost’s Distinction
URI SHALEV, PhD Tel Aviv University; Professor
DALE M. STACK, PhD Queen’s University; Professor; Provost’s Distinction
CARSTEN WROSCH, PhD Free University of Berlin; Professor

Associate Professors

NICOLE ALBERTS, PhD University of Regina; Associate Professor
ANDREAS ARVANITOGIANNIS, PhD Concordia University; Associate Professor
ERIN T. BARKER, PhD University of Alberta; Associate Professor
LINDA BOOIJ, PhD Leiden University, Netherlands; Associate Professor
KRISTEN DUNFIELD, PhD Queen’s University; Associate Professor
BENJAMIN EPPINGER, PhD Saarland University; Associate Professor
MIHAELA D. IORDANOVA, PhD University of New South Wales; Associate Professor
SYDNEY B. MILLER, PhD McGill University; Associate Professor

Assistant Professors

EMILY B.J. COFFEY, PhD McGill University; Assistant Professor
MICKAEL DEROCHE, PhD Cardiff University; Assistant Professor
MATTHEW GARDNER, PhD Stony Brook University; Assistant Professor
CHRISTOPHER J. STEELE, PhD Concordia University; Assistant Professor

Affiliate Professors

SIMON BACON, PhD University of Birmingham; Affiliate Professor
YVES BEAULIEU, PhD Queen’s University; Affiliate Professor
RICHARD COURTEMANCHE, PhD Université de Montréal; Affiliate Professor
THIEN THANH DANG‑VU, PhD Université de Liège; Affiliate Professor
PETER DARLINGTON, PhD University of Western Ontario; Affiliate Professor
MICHEL DUGAS, PhD Université Laval; Affiliate Professor
CLAUDINE GAUTHIER, PhD Université de Montréal; Affiliate Professor
NINA HOWE, PhD University of Waterloo; Affiliate Professor
LISA KAKINAMI, PhD University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry; Affiliate Professor
MELODEE MOGRASS, PhD Université de Montréal; Affiliate Professor
NAJMEH MOHANI, PhD McGill University; Affiliate Professor
WALTER WITTICH, PhD McGill University; Affiliate Professor

Senior Lecturers

THERESA BIANCO, PhD University of Western Australia; Senior Lecturer
LUCIE BONNEVILLE, PhD Concordia University; Senior Lecturer
CONSTANTINA GIANNOPOULOS, PhD Concordia University; Senior Lecturer

Location

Loyola Campus
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Note

For the complete list of faculty members, please consult the Department website.

Department Objectives

Psychology is the scientific study of mental life, both its neurological bases and its manifestations in behaviour. Psychology also examines the factors that promote change in behaviour and mental activity. Through teaching and research, the Department serves the community by furthering such knowledge and applying it to promote human welfare. The commitment of faculty members to research assures that students keep up with current developments. Their involvement in community programs keeps students and faculty alike in close touch with the practical application of the discipline.

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