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Emeritus Faculty

Kim Wallen, PhD 

Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Psychology and Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

Social behavior of animals emphasizing nonhuman primates. Social and hormonal influences upon the development and expression of sexual behavior. Development of sexually dimorphic behavior and social roles in nonhuman primates.

Jack McDowell, PhD 

Professor of Psychology

Mathematical description of operant behavior; conformance of naturally occurring human behavior to Hernnstein's equations; behavior medicine; philosophy of behaviorism.

Drew Westen, PhD 

Professor of Psychology

Classification, diagnosis, and etiology of personality and personality disorders in adolescents and adults; the relation between clinical and empirical approaches to psychiatric diagnosis, and the use of prototype diagnosis as a way of bridging clinical and empirical diagnostic processes; and the nature of evidence-based practice. 

Marshall Duke, PhD 

Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology

Experimental and theoretical analysis of behavior within a social learning framework. Development and standardization of locus of control measures. Non-verbal behavior development, assessment and remediation, and in situ experience sampling.

Jocelyne Bachevalier, PhD 

Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Psychology 

Neural substrates underlying the development of learning and memory functions and the regulation of socioemotional behaviors in non-human primates. 

Ronald Boothe, PhD 

Candler Professor of Psychology 

Frans B. M. de Waal, PhD 

C. H. Candler Professor of Primate Behavior 

Study of human evolution by investigating our close genetic, anatomical, cognitive, and behavioral similarities with great apes. 

Darryl Neill, PhD 

Goodrich C. White Professor of Psychology 

Neuroanatomy and neurochemistry of brain mechanisms for mood, motivation, and reward. Brain mechanisms supporting drug abuse. Behavioral and neural dissection of mood disorders, particularly depression. 

Steve Nowicki, PhD 

Charles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology 

Purdue University, 1969. Diplomate (Clinical) ABPP 

Interpersonal communications as it functions in psychotherapy and the formation of relationships. Measurement and correlates of locus of control of reinforcement within social learning theory. 

Howard A. Rollins, PhD 


University of California, Los Angeles, 1968 

Martin M. Shapiro, PhD 


Indiana University, 1959
Forensic psychology and statistical analyses of large data sets

Barbara Strock, PhD 

Senior Lecturer Emeritus