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Steven E. Stern, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
Chair, Division of Natural Sciences
My office hours are by appointment, so call my office if you would like to meet with me!
I teach on a regular basis
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Welcome to my home
page! I am a Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown (UPJ). I
received my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and History from Clark University
in 1988. I earned an M.A. in Social/Organizational Psychology from Temple University
in 1992. I received my doctorate from there in 1995.
Teaching and Research interests: I have taught courses in Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Organizational Psychology, Theories of Personality, Research Methods, and Statistics. I have also taught advanced seminars on Technology and Social Interaction and on Prejudice and Stereotyping.
My main areas of research involve how people interact with technology. More specifically, I am interested in how advances in technology affect social relations. Most recently, I have been examining how people perceive disabled users of computer synthesized speech. To see a list of my publications, click here.
I am an advocate of undergraduate research experience. In 1998, we had our first annual Laurel Highlands Undergraduate Psychology Conference here at UPJ. To date, hundreds of undergraduates from fifteen different colleges and universities have participated in this event.
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