Vincent W. Hevern, S.J., Ph.D.
Homepage

Professor
Psychology  Department
email: hevern<@>lemoyne.edu
Tel: 315-445-4342

20919-2020
Reilly Hall 222

Office Hours
No scheduled hours 2019-2020
• by appointment only



Last updated: May 17, 2019


Palacio da Bolsa, Porto, Portugal


Palácio da Bolsa, Porto, Portugal

 Fall 2019-Spring 2020
For the 2019-2020 academic year I will be on a sabbatical leave and will not be teaching any classes. I can be contacted via email: hevern @ lemoyne.edu
Courses I Teach
PSY 101  Introductory Psychology
PSY 280  Abnormal/Normal Psychology
PSY 300  History & Systems of Psychology

PSY 302  Personality
PSY 340  Brain and Behavior
PSY 355  Psychology and Media in the Digital Age

PSY 448  Story in Psychology: Narrative Perspectives on Human Behavior
PSY 448  Clinical Neuropsychology
Psychology & Scholarly



Storied Conduct (Weblog: Resources & News in Psychology)
Narrative Psychology: Internet & Resource Guide [Archival]
International Society for Dialogical Science
(ISDS)
International Journal for Dialogical Science (IJDS)
APA Members | Soc for History of Psych (Div. 26) | Cheiron

teachpsych.org  STP Homepage   OTRP Online (Society for the Teaching of Psychology)
Media Ecology Assn
EvoS Journal (Journal of Evolutionary Studies Consortium)
NorthEastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (NEEPS)

The Virtual Faculty
Academia.edu | Profile

School & Personal LMC   Psychology Department (Homepage)  Courses in PSY(
   
Falcone Library
SC Resourcess
Background online CV and a short autobiographical statement

Photography
Homepage Photos Archive
Various Fall, 2003 in New Hampshire & New York State
Gifford Zoo, Syracuse, NY (2005)

Pictures from Poland, 2016 (ppt file)
Other
 Jesuit The Society of Jesus in the US (Jesuits)
Self Photos St. John's RCC (Middletown, Co. Armagh) (2007)
Bow-tied (@ Ted Sarbin's Memorial) (2005)
Informal portrait (2003)
Formal portrait (2000)
At computer in the office (1998)
@ Apple Computer, Cupertino, CA, November 1998: Pic 1  Pic 2

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