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  • About the Department
    of careers that value a strong liberal arts background or for graduate study The Biopsychology concentration is an option for undergraduate students majoring in psychology who want a neuroscience and laboratory focus in their advanced coursework The on line degree completion program is for undergraduate students who have completed their University College core curriculum and are looking for an innovative and alternative way to complete their degree The Counseling track

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  • Faculty
    D Assistant Professor Coordinator Graduate Counseling Program 220 672 2023 lcoyle uncfsu edu Fu Chu Chun Ph D Assistant Professor 222 672 2434 cfu uncfsu edu Hilton Doreen Ph D Professor 206 672 1680 dhilton uncfsu edu Montoya Daniel Ph D Associate Professor Assistant Chair Director Cognition Lab 208 672 1560 dmontoya uncfsu edu Moore Timothy Ph D Department Chair 203 672 1922 tmoore40 uncfsu edu Nyutu Pius Ph D Associate Professor 223 672 1124 pnyutu uncfsu edu Tran Kimberly Ph D Assistant Professor 219 672 1575 ktran uncfsu edu Twum Asante Maxwell Ph D Associate Professor 211 672 1855 mtwum uncfsu edu Van Cantfort Thomas E Ph D Professor 210 672 1577 tvancantfort uncfsu edu Whitney Wall Ph D Assistant Professor 206 672 1903 wwall1 uncfsu edu Wallace David Ph D Associate Professor Coordinator Graduate Experimental Program 218 672 1419 dwallace uncfsu edu Wang Mei Chuan Ph D Associate Professor 221 672 2289 mwang uncfsu edu Adjunct Faculty Name e mail Allain Robert M A rallain uncfsu edu Bledsole Jennifer M A jbledsole uncfsu edu Cameron Caroline M A ccameron uncfsu edu Curry Sybil Ph D scurry uncfsu edu Ellis Geertina Ed D gellis2 uncfsu edu Greene Anne M

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  • Graduate Program
    experimental psychology The counseling program requires a minimum of 60 semester hours of graduate studies The experimental psychology program requires a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate studies Counseling Program The mission of the 60 semester hour Counseling Track is threefold To produce highly skilled license eligible graduates in counseling and the community human service mental health movement To increase the awareness knowledge and skills of students and professionals in the area of multicultural counseling To provide practica experiences that reflect the present and projected community counseling health and service needs of an increasingly pluralistic society The program provides curricular experiences and eight core areas including Professional Identity Social and Cultural Diversity Human Growth and Development Career Development Helping Relationships Group Work Assessment and Research and Program Evaluation Practica permit the integration of theory research and application Placements have included but are not limited to counseling agencies mental health clinics correctional facilities and college level student services departments Finally we encourage the maintenance and development of individual counseling styles and are committed to excellence in counseling through participation in individual and group counseling experiences More information here Experimental Psychology Program The 36 semester hour Experimental Psychology Track provides the student with a solid foundation in psychological research The program includes course work in experimental design research methodology and statistics The student will also develop an area of concentration that will serve as a basis for elective course work and the Master s thesis These areas of concentration include animal behavior biopsychology cognition developmental psychology learning sensation and perception and social psychology Our primary goal is to prepare a substantial number of our graduates to go on to pursue a Doctorate in Psychology Those who choose this latter option usually do so with a plan of eventually teaching at the

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  • Faculty Research Interest
    Montoya is trained in electrophysiological techniques and has experience working with different animal models such as rats cats and monkeys Rhesus He recently moved his research interest into the context of human cognition However a common denominator is his interest on learning and memory Currently his lab is involved in refining techniques that would lead to the study of cognitive processes and their concomitant changes in brain activity using electroencephalography EEG He is also interested in human robotic interaction and the development of cognitive models using robotic agents Timothy Moore Ph D Professor and Department Chair tmoore40 uncfsu edu Dr Timothy Moore is trained as a physiological psychologist and he studies the effects of neuropeptides and steroid hormones and how these neurochemical factors influence behavior He uses an animal model to manipulate the neural circuitry involved with specific behaviors such as aggression In addition Dr Moore is internationally recognized in the area of cultural studies for his contributions to the study of African Centered Psychology Pius N Nyutu Ph D Associate Professor pnyutu uncfsu edu Dr Nyutu s research interests are in the area of assessments promotion and advancement of mental health especially in schools with minority groups and underserved populations His current research includes psychological well being of Blacks protective factors against suicide and needs of military families He works collaboratively with Drs Wang and Tran and they have a research team that includes students Dr Nyutu has received grants at three times in the recent past from HBCU Center for Excellence in Behavioral Health to promote mental health on campus at FSU Kimberly Tran Ph D Assistant Professor ktran uncfsu edu Dr Tran s background is in counseling psychology Her research interests can be categorized into three major areas 1 racial ethnic minority psychology 2 intersections of social identities and 3 social justice topics including prejudice and racism More specifically in the area of cross cultural issues in mental health she is interested in specific factors that influence coping strategies psychological help seeking and experiences of distress such as depression trauma and suicidal ideation among ethnic racial minorities Maxwell Twum Asante Ph D Associate Professor mailto mtwum uncfsu edu Dr Twum Asante area of interest is in cognitive psychology His research interests span a wide range of topics in basic and applied cognitive psychology 1 a primary interest is to understand the basic architecture of the human memory system and the processes that operate within it 2 another facet of his research interest is the investigation into the neural mechanisms underlying learning and recognition of human faces and 3 on the applied level he is interested in how people integrate multiple incomplete and sometimes conflicting information to determine their subjective state of health and the cues they rely on to make meaningful decisions about their health Thomas E Van Cantfort Ph D Professor tvancantfort uncfsu edu Dr Van Cantfort is a evolutionary comparative biopsychologist He approaches the study of behaviors from an evolutionary and biopsychological prospective Currently his

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  • Employment Opportunities
    Laboratory Employment Opportunities For up to date employment opportunities visit http jobs uncfsu edu Copyright Fayetteville State University 1200 Murchison Road Fayetteville NC 28301 910 672 1111 A Constituent Institution of The University of North Carolina Contact Us Quick Links

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  • Student Resources
    North Carolina Psychological Association Psychology Student Organizations Psi Chi The International Honor Society in Psychology Fayetteville State University Psi Chi Chapter Psychology Club Organizations Counseling North Carolina Board Licensed Professional Counselors NCBLPC ACA American Counseling Association CACREP Counsel for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education NBCC National Board for Certified Counselors and Affiliates AMHCA American Mental Health Counselors Association Organizations Cognitive Experimental and Neuroscience Society for Neuroscience SfN Society for

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  • Psychology Course Syllabi
    Psychology PSYC342 Introduction to Clinical Counseling Psychology PSYC343 Multicultural Psychology PSYC350 Industrial Organizational Psychology PSYC352 Research Methodology PSYC360 Social Psychology PSYC365 Health Psychology PSYC370 Introduction to Biopsychology PSYC380 Behavior Modification PSYC381 Child Psychopathology PSYC400 History Systems of Psychology PSYC420 Sensation Perception PSYC421 Cognitive Psychology PSYC422 Abnormal Psychology PSYC430 Advance Seminar Sex Gender PSYC505 Research Methods PSYC516 Developmental Psychology PSYC525 Ethical Professional Issues PSYC575 Biological Aspects of Behavior PSYC612 Tech Process

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  • Biopsychology Laboratory
    How the Brain Works Whole Brain Atlas The Brain from Top to Bottom Society for Neuroscience National Science Foundation Exploring the Brain Biopsychology Laboratory Located in Room 109 of the Nursing Education Research Center NERC Building the Biopsychology Laboratory is a place for training and research Here projects in robotics and human cognition are common occurrence but we also investigate the inner workins of the human brain using electroencephalography EEG

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