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The psychology faculty prides itself on the individual attention its students receive both in and outside the classroom.
All of the department's full-time faculty members are actively involved in research. They welcome student participation in their projects and also supervise student research projects.
Arlene R. Lundquist, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Office: 211 Faculty Center
Dr. Lundquist is a generalist in the field of Psychology with experience teaching more than 20 different undergraduate and graduate courses. She is a member of the American Psychological Society, International Association for Relationship Research, the Southern Humanities Council, the Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology, the Teaching of Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association, and American Association of University Professors. Additionally, she is currently the academic mentor to the Utica College Women’s Basketball team. Dr. Lundquist's current research area is technology and communication, public vs. private intimacy. Dr. Lundquist’s earlier research focused on intimacy in friendships and romantic relationships and she still maintains a professional interest in those areas. She strongly encourages student participation in her research program, as well as, has supervised numerous independent student research projects.
UC's psychology department offers excellent facilities for research and discovery.
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- Abe Judson Memorial Psychology Center - features statistical and stiumuli software on all computers
- Animal Behavior Laboratories - located in Gordon Science Center, for research on behavior and visual perception
- Child Development Laboratory - with one-way mirrored observation room
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"I have felt confident that my undergraduate training was far more than adequate while competing with other graduate students from a wide range of undergraduate schools." "I didn't realize it back then, but Utica College provided me with a strong foundation in general psychology... I think I would have been just as prepared to go to a clinical, social, or developmental program as I was for a program in experimental psychology. I have felt confident that my undergraduate training was far more than adequate while competing with other graduate students from a wide range of undergraduate schools."
Lance Kriegsfeld '92
Johns Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University