Loyola University Maryland

Psychology

Emeritus Faculty

David Crough David G. Crough, Ph.D
Evolutionary psychology and its contributions to forensic psychology especially in the understanding and prevention of violence.
 Leo Mickey Fenzel, Ph.D.

Leo Mickey Fenzel, Ph.D.

Lifespan human development, counseling and clinical psychology, higher education administration, stress and coping, research on urban school effectiveness and substance abuse, research on spirituality and the benefits of having an active spiritual life, and quantitative research design and analysis. 

Faith Gilroy Faith D. Gilroy, Ph.D.
Business applications of psychology, attribution theory, conformity, attitudinal measurement (general), women's issues, gerontology, career patterns, gender choice of offspring.
LoPresto Charles LoPresto, Ph.D.
Homophobia/homonegativity (e.g., etiological, personality and cognitive correlates), the etiology and construction of sexual orientation, stigma associated with sexual minority status, adolescent treatment issues, cognitive-behavioral approaches to treatment, cross-cultural psychology and men's issues.
Martin Sherman Martin F. Sherman, Ph.D.

Terror management theory, five factor model of personality, psychopathology and personality, disgust sensitivity, survey and attitude research, gender role research-sexual orientation, the emotional state of elevation, and spiritual transcendence.
Steve Sobelman Steven A. Sobelman, Ph.D.
Non-verbal communication, stress disorders and stress management, therapeutic process and outcome, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, the nature of sleep and dreaming, sexual deviance, emotions, hypnosis, sport psychology.

 





Lauren Giglio-Thomas
Alumni

Lauren Giglio-Thomas

A school counselor, Lauren says Loyola’s focus on cura personalis allows her see her students and clients for who they are

Biopsychology