Dr. J. Brian Pope
Professor of Psychology
email: bpope@ccga.edu
Office: 123 Academic Commons North

Education:
Ph.D. (1998) – Biopsychology, University of Georgia
M.A. (1988) – General-Experimental Psychology, College of William and Mary
B.A. (1984) – Psychology, DePauw University

About:
I’ve been teaching at the college level since 1999. My graduate training is in Biopsychology and my active research areas are musical cognition, measurement of personality traits, and measurement of socio-political attitudes. At CCGA I teach Introduction to Psychology, Research Methods, Adjustment, Drugs & Behavior, and Personality. I plan to add Motivation and Cross-Cultural to the list next year. I am an active member of the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) and have presented collaborative research with students at the SEPA convention every year since 2005. I enjoy few things in life more than teaching Psychology and working with students on research projects.

If you’re a student or prospective student who would like to do psychological research, take a look the studies listed in my Curriculum Vitae and then stop by for a chat. I have a wide range of interests and a strong desire to help you develop your interests into a meaningful career in the field.

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