James Briggs, Ph.D.

Department: Psychology

Associate Professor of Psychology

Department Head of Psychology

  • Education
  • PHD, Kent State University
  • MA, Kent State University
  • BS, West Liberty State College

I received my Ph.D. in experimental psychology (biopsychology) from Kent State University. I teach statistics, research methods, directed research and learning processes.

My research focuses on using animal models for the experimental analysis of memory and amnesia, which someday may provide more effective treatments for problems such as psychological trauma.

Courses taught:

  • NEUR-502 Independent Study
  • NEUR-502 Independent Study
  • NEUR-510 Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-510 Neuroscience Research I
  • NEUR-511 Neuroscience Student Research II
  • NEUR-511 Neuroscience Student Research II
  • OFFP-NEWZLND GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFR-NEWZLND GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • OFFS-NEWZLND GO New Zealand/Aotearoa
  • PSYC-101 Principles of Psychology
  • PSYC-123 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
  • PSYC-223 Research Methods in Psychology
  • PSYC-342 Behavioral Neuroscience
  • PSYC-344 Learning Processes
  • PSYC-360 Behavioral Neuroscience Laboratory
  • PSYC-362 Learning Processes Laboratory
  • PSYC-421 Directed Research
  • PSYC-505 Research Apprenticeship
  • PSYC-525 Independent Research