Faculty and Staff

John Felton, Professor Emeritus/Psychology

Dr. John Felton

Professor Emeritus/Psychology

Hyde Hall, Room 217 B
812-488-2513
jf35@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Community and child clinical psychology
Elizabeth Hennon Peters, Associate Professor and Department Chair of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Dr. Elizabeth Hennon Peters

Associate Professor and Department Chair of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences

Hyde Hall, Room 217 H
812-488-2511
eh82@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Language development in autism and Down Syndrome, cognitive development in children
Lora Becker, Professor of Psychology and Director of General Education

Dr. Lora Becker

Professor of Psychology and Director of General Education

Hyde Hall, Room 217 E
812-488-2532
lb47@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Developmental behavioral neuroscience, hormonal effects on behavior
Jill Griffin, Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

Dr. Jill Griffin

Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

Olmsted Hall, Room 217
812-488-2474
jg121@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Consumer Behavior
Kevin D. Jordan, Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology

Dr. Kevin D. Jordan, HSPP

Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Psychology

Schroeder Family Bldg., Room 51
812-488-3350
kj33@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Psychology and Behavioral Science
Mark Kopta, Professor/Psychology

Dr. Mark Kopta

Professor/Psychology

Hyde Hall, Room 217 G
812-488-2533
mk35@evansville.edu

Research Areas:
Psychotherapy process and outcome, mental health assessment, development of conscience in children, serial killers
Evan McCracken, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

Mr. Evan McCracken

Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology

812-488-2698
em157@evansville.edu

Vincent Campese, Assistant Professor/Psychology and Director of Neuroscience Program

Dr. Vincent Campese

Assistant Professor/Psychology and Director of Neuroscience Program

Hyde Hall, Room 217 D
812-488-2531
vc44@evansville.edu
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Dr. Campese earned his PhD in 2011 from the City University of New York Graduate Center through the Cognition Brain and Behavior Psychology sub-program. His thesis project examined the neural substrates involved in context-specific memory. As a postdoctoral research scientist Dr Campese joined the LeDoux lab at New York University, where he pursued questions about how associative learning contributes to aversive motivation and memory. His work has focused on how maladaptive anxiety or fear-related defensive responding is eliminated by experience with avoidance learning. In 2018 Dr Campese became an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Evansville, in Evansville, Indiana. As a principal investigator, he continues to train students to conduct research with the long-term goal of identifying brain circuits that control defensive responding and promote active coping.
Brenda Miller, Administrative Assistant, Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences and Department of Communication

Mrs. Brenda Miller

Administrative Assistant, Department of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences and Department of Communication

Hyde Hall, Room 217
812-488-2520
bm24@evansville.edu

Office Phone
812-488-2520

Office Email
psychology@evansville.edu

Office Location
Room 217, Hyde Hall