Introduction to Psychology. This is a small group lecture/discussion class composed of Schreyer Honors College
scholars who explore the foundations of psychology as a socio-behavioral science.
Introduction to Wellbeing and Positive Psychology. This is an illness-prevention wellness-maintenance course now taught
every semester that I was instrumental in developing with my colleagues from the Commonwealth Campus system.
It promotes an enhanced approach of positive living for maximizing each person’s potentials and well-being.
Visual Cognition. This is an upper-division/graduate course that examines within the context
of current cognitive theories the complex factors involves in human processing of visual information.
Research Projects. These are laboratory experiences for undergraduate students. They involve participating as part of a research team
on experimental studies in Dr. Brown's area of general research on the study of the rhythms of life that underlie all behavior.