Tim FlemmingLecturer, Director of Online Studies Psychology
Ph.D., Georgia State University, 2010
Cognitive Sciences, Teaching, Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Course Design and Coordination for Introduction to General Psychology (PSYC 1101)
With a background in animal learning and behavior, my interests in psychology are rooted in the cognitive sciences. In my role as a lecturer in the Department of Psychology, my focus is primarily teaching. I often teach Introduction to General Psychology (PSYC 1101) and serve as the course coordinator in the department, Advanced Research Methods & Analysis (PSYC 3530), Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 4100) and Learning (PSYC 4120) and Cross-Cultural Psychology (PSYC 4030).
Outside of the classroom, I have developed a study abroad program in Cross-Cultural Cognition (PSYC 4650 or 6650) in which we explore differences and similarities in thinking in Japan.
Beyond course-related learning, my research interests apply many of the same topic areas. As a researcher, I continually seek feedback from students on their study habits and investigate their learning efforts both in and out of the classroom.