|Brennan James F.|
James F. Brennan completed his undergraduate studies in Psychology and History at Providence College and received his M.A in Experimental Psychology from the University of Dayton and his Ph.D. in Learning, History and Systems of Psychology from Kent State University. He has a rich and multifaceted teaching and academic experience. He has taught at the Departments of Psychology of Kent State University, of the State University of New York College at Buffalo and of the University of Massachusetts at Boston and of the Loyola University of Chicago. At the University of Massachusetts at Boston he has served as Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences, Associate Dean of Graduate Studies and Research, Director of the Honors Program of the College of Arts and Sciences and Chair of the Department of Psychology. He is Professor of Psychology at the Department of Psychology of the Loyola University of Chicago and until recently he was the Dean of the Graduate School. His research interests concentrate on hearing pathologies, discrimination learning and the history of psychology. He is member to many scientific organizations and societies. He has published extensively on these areas in journals and books, given many lectures as an invited speaker and has served as an evaluator and reviewer in journal editorial committees, foundations and councils for the promotion and support of scientific research. He has assumed several decision making positions pertinent to higher education and scientific research at the state and federal level. During his long and productive career his work has been supported and recognized for merit by national and international grants, fellowships and honorary awards by academic institutions, scientific societies, national academies, committees and organizations.
James F. Brennan is the author of History and Systems of Psychology