Dr. J. Brian Pope
Professor of Psychology
Office: 123 Academic Commons North
Ph.D. (1998) – Biopsychology, University of Georgia
M.A. (1988) – General-Experimental Psychology, College of William and Mary
B.A. (1984) – Psychology, DePauw University
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.