Faculty

Professor, Assistant Vice Chancellor (Edwards Campus)
Fraser Hall, Room 423A

Research Areas: Cognitive Psychology

Tamara A. Baker
Associate Professor
785-864-6528
Fraser Hall, Room 414

Research areas: Clinical Psychology

Kelsie T. Forbush
Assistant Professor, M. Erik Wright Scholar
785-864-6525
Fraser Hall, Room 306

Dr. Forbush’s research is designed to better understand the associations (both cross-sectional and longitudinal) between eating behaviors and various other types of psychological difficulties, as well as research designed to develop better ways of assessing and diagnosing abnormal (disordered) eating behaviors.

Forbush Lab: The Center for Advancement of Research on Eating Behaviors

Nancy A. Hamilton
Associate Professor
785-864-9827
Fraser Hall, Room 426

Ph.D. Arizona State University, 2001
Research Areas: Sleep and Chronic Pain

Stephen S. Ilardi
Associate Professor
785-864-9840
Fraser Hall, Room 426

Research Areas: Clinical Psychology

Rick E. Ingram
Professor, Director of Clinical Training
785-864-9819
Fraser Hall, Room 335

Ph.D. University of Kansas, 1983

Research Areas: Cognitive Processes and Depression

David K. Johnson
Associate Professor and Associate Research Scientist
Dole Human Development Center, Room 3093

Research Areas: Clinical Psychology

Director of the KU Psychological Clinic, Assistant Director of Clinical Psychology Program, Curriculum and Practicum Coordinator Health Psychology

Dr. Kirk is a clinical faculty member and administrator.  She directs all practicum activity, supervises, and facilitates clinical training opportunities.  She also teaches graduate courses and provides professional development mentorship to students.

Charlene L. Muehlenhard
785-864-9860
Fraser Hall, Room 305

Research Areas: Clinical Psychology

Amber Watts
Assistant Professor
785-864-2604
Fraser Hall, Room 417

Dr. Watts's research investigates health behaviors, prevention strategies, and bio-behavioral processes associated with cognitive decline & dementia. Her current research projects focus on the effect of physical activity on health and cognitive function in older adults with and without Alzheimer's disease in cooperation with the KU Alzheimer's Disease Center in Kansas City.


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