Below are the faculty of Social, Behavioral, and Human Sciences.
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Areas of expertise: biopsychology of eating, neuroscience, food studies, pedagogy and development of introductory psychology, development of instructional resources
Areas of expertise: the biopsychosocial effects of trauma, infant and adult attachment, Gestalt psychotherapy with individuals, couples, and groups, existential and humanistic phenomenology of self and identity, contemplative and anti-oppressive pedagogies
Areas of expertise: impacts of U.S detention and deportation policies on families; transnational family processes; community-based and participatory research methods; adolescent and young adult development; developmental and community psychology
Areas of expertise: psychology of women and gender; sexual identities; sexual violence, abuse and deviance; feminist psychology; feminist pedagogy; scholarship of teaching and learning; self-study teacher education practices; online education
Emeritus Associate Professor
Areas of expertise: gender and gender role development across the lifespan
Personal Website: https://sites.google.com/a/uw.edu/nitamckinleyphd/
Areas of expertise: developmental psychology, psychology and the arts, human relationships and clinical psychology, the evolution of consciousness, intersection of human development, technology and the natural world, experiential and community engaged learning
Associate Professor and SBHS Division Chair
Areas of expertise: eyewitness testimony; psychology and law; actual innocence/wrongful convictions; investigative interviewing; evidence-based policing
Personal Website: http://www.tacoma.uw.edu/cascr/
Areas of expertise: social psychology; stereotyping, prejudice, and social judgment; intersectionality; invisibility; perceptions of Alaska Natives and American Indians
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