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									                                             Psychology
                                         One of the most popular majors at the University of Redlands, the
    RECENT GRADUATE
  SCHOOL ACCEPTANCES                     psychology major prepares students for graduate study and future
                                         careers in psychology, while providing training useful to other
Azusa Pacific University                 professions. Students come to understand the processes of
Cal State University San Bernardino      behavior, both in themselves and others. They also learn to read and
Cal State University Fullerton           evaluate critically the ever-increasing volume of popular and
Emory University
Loma Linda University                    technical literature that employs the language and concepts of
Michigan State University                psychology, and they practice the methods of research used in the
San Diego State University               study of human and animal behavior. A capstone experience
San Francisco State University           includes senior seminar, research projects, or a field placement.
Seton Hall
Tulane University                        Recent field placements include schools, hospitals, and government
University of Arizona                    offices.
University of California Los Angeles
University of Chicago                    Courses
University of Denver
University of Nevada Las Vegas           The department offers a breadth of courses that cover core subject
University of South Florida              areas in psychology such as Personality, Social Psychology,
University of Wyoming                    Developmental Psychology, Learning, Abnormal Psychology and
University of Southern California        Cognitive Psychology as well as courses in cutting-edge and
Wake Forest University
Xavier University                        increasingly important areas such as Prejudice and Discrimination
                                         and Evolutionary Psychology.

                                         Many of the courses offered by our department deal with
  RECENT DEPARTMENTAL
                                         psychological questions and findings related to practical problems of
     SENIOR THESES                       human society, such as how to coexist peacefully in a diverse
                                         society, how to achieve gender equality, how to improve people’s
Sex differences in risk-taking and       well-being and psychological functioning, and how to best educate
Machiavellianism                         children with special needs. These applied courses include Culture
Student achievement and study            and Human Behavior, Psychology of Gender, Counseling, and
strategies                               Exceptional Children. In addition to regularly scheduled course, the
                                         department periodically offers special topics courses such as Child
The relationship of childhood sexual     Psychopathology, Sports Psychology and Criminal Behavior.
abuse and adult sexuality

                                         Study Abroad
                                         Redlands’ psychology majors have recently studied for an academic
                                         semester at the University of Redlands program in Salzburg, Austria
RECENT GRADUATES IN THE                  as well as different universities in Australia, Germany, Hong Kong,
      WORKFORCE                          Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Boys and Girls Town Administrator
High School Psychology Teacher           Double Major/Minor
Lawyer                                   Psychology majors often complete one or two minors in addition to
Medical Doctor                           their B.A. in Psychology. Some industrious psychology majors also
Nurse
Peace Corps                              major in other fields such as biology, business, communicative
Pediatric Facility Manager               disorders, economics, government, languages, and philosophy.
Personnel Director
Public School Administrator
Redlands Police Department
Research Psychologist
School Justice Advocate
Social Worker
University Professor


                                             University of Redlands
                                              Office of Admissions
                             1200 East Colton Ave-PO Box 3080-Redlands, CA-92373
                                                 800-455-5064
                                               www.redlands.edu
                                              PSI CHI AND PSYCHOLOGY CLUB

          Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in psychology. It was founded in 1929, with the dual goals
          of recognizing the achievements of psychology students and providing stimulation and support for
          scholarship advancing the science of psychology. Psi Chi is an affiliate of the American
          Psychological Association (APA) and the American Psychological Society (APS) and sponsors
          programs of student research at regional and national psychological association meetings. The
          society also publishes a quarterly magazine, Eye on Psi Chi, which provides information on such
          topics as chapter activities, graduate school admission, careers in psychology and current
          research in various fields of psychology. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor
          Societies. Membership in Psi Chi is open to those who are making the study of psychology one
          of their major interests and who meet academic eligibility requirements. This includes students
          who major or minor in psychology or who have designed a program of study that is psychological
          in nature. Eligibility for undergraduates includes: completion of 3 semesters of college courses;
          completion of 9 semester hours of psychology courses; ranking in the top 35% of their class in
          general scholarship; and a minimum GPA of 3.0 in both psychology classes and in cumulative
          grades. The Psychology Club is open to all students.


                                                   PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Susan Goldstein, Professor, PhD University of Hawaii: Her research interests include the study of intergroup relations, intercultural
relations, and stigma. Recent articles have appeared in International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Journal of Studies in International
Education, and the edited book Voices of Experience: Memorable Talks From the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. She is a
past recipient of the Mortar Board Professor of the Year. Dr. Goldstein can be reached at susan_goldstein@redlands.edu.
Thomas Gross, Professor, PhD University of Maine: He studies development of face recognition and perception, face perception in children
with autistic disorder and other developmental disabilities, and factors affecting the performance of high and low performing students. Recent
articles have appeared in Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Journal of Abnormal
Child Psychology, Journal of Genetic Psychology, and Psychonomic Bulletin & Review.                           Dr. Gross can be reached at
thomas_gross@redlands.edu.
Jessica Hehman, Assistant Professor, PhD University of California, Santa Barbara: Her research has included studying memory loss
associated with Alzheimer’s as well as “Theory of Mind” across the lifespan. Currently she is developing a bio-social-cognitive model of ageism
and investigating ways to foster more positive life outcomes for older adults. Dr. Hehman can be reached at jessica_hehman@redlands.edu.
Celine Ko, Assistant Professor, PhD University of California, San Diego/San Diego State University: Her current research focuses on
psychosocial issues of cancer survivors, as well as cultural considerations in cancer prevention and screening behaviors. Recent articles have
appeared in Psychology and Health, BMC Public Health, Supportive Care in Cancer, and BioMed Central Public Health. Dr. Ko can be
reached at celine_ko@redlands.edu.
Fredric Rabinowitz, Professor, PhD University of Missouri, Columbia: He is the current Associate Dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences. His primary interests lie in the areas of psychotherapy with men, understanding male depression, and masculine gender role
socialization. Recent articles have been published in In The Therapy Room With Men: A Casebook About Psychotherapeutic Process and
Change With Male Clients and Professional Psychology. His recent books include Deepening Psychotherapy With Men and Men and
Depression: Clinical and Empirical Perspectives. He is a past recipient of the Mortar Board Professor of the Year. Dr. Rabinowitz can be
reached at fredric_rabinowitz@redlands.edu.
Cheryl Rickabaugh, Professor, PhD University of California, Riverside: Her research interests include social cognition, gender, racial, and
ethnic diversity, teaching of psychology, and police racial profiling. Recent articles have appeared in Basic and Applied Social Psychology, Sex
Roles, and the Encyclopedia of Social Psychology. Her book, Sex and Gender: Student Projects and Exercises, has recently been published
in a second edition, and she is coauthor of an introductory psychology textbook, Psychology, with Dr. Lester Sdorow (Arcadia University). Dr.
Rickabaugh can be reached at cheryl_rickabaugh@redlands.edu.
Catherine Salmon, Associate Professor, PhD McMaster University: Her research relates to evolutionary psychology, human sexuality,
eating disorders and body image, and literature. Recent articles have appeared in the journals Journal of Sex Research, Human Nature,
Evolution and Human Behavior, Homicide Studies and in the books Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions, The
Literary Animal, and Steel Chair to the Head. Dr. Salmon can be reached at catherine_salmon@redlands.edu.
Francisco Silva, Professor, PhD University of Manitoba: His current research interests relate to the philosophy of science, self-control in
students, and tool-use in humans and other primates. Recent articles have been published in Learning and Behavior, Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, and Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. Dr. Francisco Silva can be reached at francisco_silva@redlands.edu.
Kathleen Silva, Assistant Professor, PhD Indiana University: Her research interests relate to the organization of animals’ behavior and
comparative cognition. Recent articles have appeared in Learning and Behavior, Learning and Motivation, and Psychonomic Bulletin &
Review. Dr. Kathleen Silva can be reached at kathleen_silva@redlands.edu.


                                                University of Redlands
                                                 Office of Admissions
                                1200 East Colton Ave-PO Box 3080-Redlands, CA-92373
                                                    800-455-5064
                                                  www.redlands.edu


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