School of Arts and Sciences | Psychology Faculty
Christopher L. Edmonds, Ph.D. Professor and Chairperson
440 449 3148 email@example.com
Dr. Christopher Edmonds earned his Ph.D. in Experimental/Cognitive Psychology at The University of Toledo, and did his undergraduate work at The Ohio State University. His academic career includes memberships in American Psychological Society/Association for Psychological Science (APS), Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA), and the Society for Computers in Psychology (SCiP). He has published numerous articles and done many professional presentations, and has had students participate in conferences across the U.S.
Dr. Edmonds’s philosophy of education includes the following: “One of the greatest compliments a student might give to me is to say, ‘I never thought about it that way.’ As a teacher, my goal is to make the instructional message interesting and relevant to students' lives. I strive to provide a medium for them to re-evaluate prior conceptions they might have about human nature and to encourage them to continually think about, evaluate, and apply their new knowledge. I also hope to instill a personal desire for life-long learning.”
Thomas W. Frazier, Ph.D. Professor
440 646 8155
Dr. Thomas Frazier has had a distinguished career in private practice as well as in academics. He Earned his Ph.D. in Psychology at Kent State University. He has also served as consultant for local service organizations and numerous religious communities.
Dr. Frazier’s clinical interests and specialties include the clinical application of the MMPI, Geriatric assessment, anxiety and phobic disorders, and personality disorders. His dedication to Ursuline College is evident in his work with students and in his service on various College committees.Andrea Stephenson, Ph.D.