Thomas G. Bowers, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

Psychology Program, Penn State Harrisburg

Dr. Bowers is currently an Associate Professor of Psychology at Penn State Harrisburg. He received his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech in 1984, and a Master of Arts degree from University of British Columbia. His undergraduate psychology degree is from the University of Washington.




Currently, Dr. Bowers is a faculty member in the master's degree graduate psychology program in the Applied Clinical Psychology. Other graduate programs in the Penn State Harrisburg Psychology program also includes the Applied Psychological Research track, for individuals who wish to develop their research skills and then pursue Ph.D. programs. In addition, there is an undergraduate program granting a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at Penn State Harrisburg.

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Here is a picture of my cat. Sadly, she is now gone, having lived a long and hopefully happy life.

More happily, here is a picture of our new cat, doing well despite her diabetes.

Research interests include

Penn State Harrisburg
Psychology Program
777 W. Harrisburg Pike
Middletown, PA 17057

Email: dvo@psu.edu

Phone: (717)-948-6063
Fax: (717)-948-6215

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Current Courses

Abnormal Psychology

 

Physiological Psychology

 

Tests and Measures


 

Recent Courses

Undergraduate courses:

Basic Methods in Psychology

Cognition and Perception

Introductory Psychology

Forensic Psychology

Learning Theory

 

Graduate courses:

Neuropsychological Assessment

Theories and Models of Psychotherapy

Psychopathology

This page was last updated on January 17, 2011.