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Core Clinical Faculty
The Psychology Department has seven tenure track positions intended to be filled by clinical faculty members. Students enrolled in the clinical graduate program work with faculty members from both the clinical and experimental programs. The present clinical positions are filled by the following individuals (highlight names link to personal web pages):
RaeAnn Anderson (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
Clinical psychology related to trauma, sexual violence prevention and risk factors, interrelationships between forms of violence (intimate partner violence, sexual violence, childhood abuse), sexual minority issues and sexual violence, measurement of sexual violence and related constructs, intergenerational transmission of violence.
Alan King, (Ph.D. Louisiana State University)
Alcohol research, interpersonal perception, personality development, and adult psychopathology.
Jeffrey Holm (Ph.D. Ohio University)
Health psychology; Population-based disease prevention and health promotion; Cardiovascular risk modification; Obesity prevention and treatment; Tobacco, alcohol and other substance use prevention and treatment; Assessment and treatment of headache and other pain disorders; Stress and health; Sexual functioning.
John-Paul Legerski (Ph.D. University of Kansas)
Emotional expression, peer socialization and psychological functioning among children and adolescents; autobiographical memory functioning; posttraumatic stress disorder; ethics issues in research participation
Doug McDonald (Ph.D. University of South Dakota, INPSYDE Director
Native American assessment and treatment issues.
Joseph Miller, Director of Clinical Training (Ph.D. University of South Dakota)
Low vision, cognitive assessment and psychometrics
Richard Wise (Ph.D., Catholic University of American; JD., Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
Forensic and Clinical Psychology