- Anthony Drago
- Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Department Chair, Licensed Psychologist
B.A., 1976, East Stroudsburg University
M.A., 1980, Marywood College
Ed.D., 1986, Lehigh University
Dr. Anthony L. Drago is a Clinical Psychologist, Chair/Professor of Psychology at East Stroudsburg University, Member of the Allied Medical Staff at Lehigh Valley Hospital - Pocono, and Founder/Owner of Monroe Psychological Group. He has also received the honor of being selected as a Distinguished Professor at ESU.
Dr. Drago has over 40 years of clinical experience, both as a diagnostician and therapist. He is the former Director of Mental Health Services at Pocono Medical Center and Clinical Adjunct Professor in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. His teaching experience includes Abnormal Psychology, Developmental Psychopathology, Introduction to Counseling, Theories of Personality, Psychological Assessment, Psychology of Sport & Exercise, and Health Psychology. Dr. Drago's presentations include: Mood Disorders, Suicide Prevention, Stress Management, Personality Disorders, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. He consults with numerous agencies in Northeastern Pennsylvania and presented lectures in China, Costa Rica, and the United States Virgin Islands. Dr. Drago holds a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from Lehigh University.
- Paul Bartoli
- Professor of Psychology
B.A., 1988, Pennsylvania State University
M.A., 1990, Marywood University
Ph.D., 2002, Walden University
I am a counseling psychologist with teaching and research interests in personality, child and family functioning, assessment, counseling skill development, student burnout, caregiver burnout, and law enforcement.
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:
100 general psychology
105 infant and child psychology
201 quantitative psychology
220 social psychology
222 psychology of adjustment
225 life-span development
251 psychological disorders
321 theories of personality
341 measurement and evaluation
351 abnormal psychology
361 child psychopathology
451 introduction to counseling
461 tests & measures
461 individual testing
484 mental health practice
485 research in psychology
486 field experience
486 advanced counseling
GRADUATE COURSES TAUGHT:
assessment tests & measures
principles of psychopathology
foundations of addiction and addictive behavior
ethical and legal issues in professional counseling
introduction to mental health counseling
theories of psychotherapy
counseling and advocacy with diverse populations
advanced topics in human development professional, legal and ethical responsibilities
treatment of emotional and mental disorders
mental health counseling pre-practicum
mental health counseling residency
advanced group counseling pre-practicum
advanced group counseling residency
mental health counseling clinical practicum
mental health counseling clinical internship I
mental health counseling clinical internship II
foundations of assessment with lab
masters degree supervision and committee
doctoral dissertation supervision and committee
- Sussie Eshun
- Professor of Psychology
B.A., 1989, University of Ghana
M.A., 1992, SUNY at Stony Brook
Ph.D., 1996, SUNY at Stony Brook
I teach courses in individual and group counseling, psychological testing, health psychology, and cross-cultural psychology. My research interests and scholarship focus on effects mental health stigmas, cultural factors in suicide behaviors, and adjustment to stress. Lastly, I try to emulate the scientist-practitioner model by combining teaching, research, and psychotherapy services.
- Renee Boburka
- Professor of Psychology
B.S., 1989, University of Pittsburgh
M.S., 1994, Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D., 1998, Pennsylvania State University
I am a social psychologist with additional expertise in industrial/organizational psychology.
I teach courses in Social Psychology, Industrial/Organizational Psychology (undergraduate and graduate), Psychology of Women, History of Psychology, General Psychology, and First Year Experience. My current research interests focus on topics related to stereotyping & prejudice, social media, and pedagogy/student learning.
- Jyh-Hann Chang
- Professor of Psychology
B.S., 1990, Ursinus College
M.A., 1992, Beaver College M.S., 1994, University of Connecticut
Ph.D., 1997, University of Connecticut
I am a clinical psychologist with a Board-Certification in Rehabilitation Psychology and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Gerontology.
I teach courses in Theories of Personality, Lifespan Developmental Psychology, Group Counseling, and General Psychology. I also hold a monthly podcast for the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation. I am an Eastern Psychological Association research fellow. My current research interests focus on compassion of others' lives, empathy, and compassion fatigue & burnout. I developed the Compassion of Others' Lives Scales (COOL Scale) which has been translated into four languages.
- Bonnie Green
- Professor of Psychology
B.S., 1986, Pennsylvania State University
M.S., 1998, Lehigh University
Ph.D., 2002, Lehigh University
Bonnie A. Green, Ph.D. is an experimental psychologist who specializes in research in the Science of Success, particularly as it relates to academic achievement and reducing recidivism. Through the application of cognitive development, psychometrics, and mathematical modeling, Bonnie is seeking ways to improve educational access, achievement, and success for ALL students, Kindergarten through college, while also seeking ways to assure a healthy transition for people re-entering society following incarceration.
Applied Statistics (Quantitative Psychology)
Psychometrics (Measurement and Evaluation)
History of Psychology
Cognitive Development - particularly in the area of working memory and metacognition
University Wide Promotion Committee
ESU's Council for Undergraduate Research - Chairwoman
Sigma Xi - honor society for scientific researchers
Student Group Advising
Voices of Triumph, ESU's Gospel Choir
Publications & Presentations
Green, B. A., & Kiess, H. O., (2018). Measuring Humans: Fundamentals of Psychometrics in Selecting and Interpreting Tests. San Francisco: Cognella.
Green, B. A., Protzko, J., & Noblet, K.(2018). Statistical Concepts: Assignments and Exercises for Students, 2/e. Boston: Pearson.
Fallon, M. & Green, B. A. (2018). Writing Strong Conference Abstracts. Eye on Psi Chi, Summer, 40 – 43.
Green, B. A. & Darsinos, J. (2018). Concur the Challenges of Life: Decision Making, Mindfulness and Emotional Regulation. In M. Ball and P Pruim Eds. First Year Experience Reader. San Francisco: Cognella Press.
Green, B. A. & Darsinos, J. (2018). Don’t Wait for Opportunity, Create it!: Successful Behaviors and Habits Associated with Scholastic Success. In M. Ball and P. Pruim Eds. First Year Experience Reader. San Francisco: Cognella Press.
Green, B. A. & Darsinos, J. (2018). It Really is ALL in Your Head: Successful Attitudes, Beliefs, and Thoughts Associated with Scholastic Success. In M. Ball and P. Pruim Eds. First Year Experience Reader. San Francisco: Cognella Press.
Carducci, O. M., Green, B. A., Jones-Wilson, T. M. (2018, November). An S- STEM Grant to Support Transfer Student Success in STEM Disciplines Impacts University Policy. Presented at AACU’s Transforming STEM Higher Education. Atlanta, Georgia.
Carducci, O., Jones-Wilson, M, Green, B. A. (2018, Feb) Bachelor’s degree completion scholarship activities supporting integration. National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students Annual Conference, Atlanta Georgia.
Green, B. A., Darsinos, J., LaBar, D., Carducci, O. M., & Jones-Wilson, T. M. (2018, November). Student Success and High Impact Practices: Translating Psychology Research for Greater Understanding. Presented at AACU’s Transforming STEM Higher Education. Atlanta, Georgia.
Green, B. A., Darsinos, J., Labar, D., Carducci, O. M., & Jones-Wilson, M. T. (2018, February) Academic Success is Within Reach: Understanding Organizational Factors and Developmental Mechanisms. National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students Annual Conference, Atlanta Georgia.
Green, B. A., Darsinos, J., Jones-Wilson, T. M., Carducci, O. M. (2018, March). Family Science Day Trips: Including Family to Improve Non-traditional Students STEM Feelings of Belonging and Sense of Self. Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education. Charlotte, NC.
Jones-Wilson, T. M., Carducci, O. M., & Green, B. A. (2018, November). STEM Transfer Readiness: Defining and quantifying the deficit, solving the problem. Presented at AACU’s Transforming STEM Higher Education. Atlanta, Georgia.
Jones-Wilson, T. M., Carducci, O. M., Green, B. A. (2018, February) Bachelors Transfer Readiness in STEM: Quantifying the Transfer Deficit. National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia.
Green, B. A. (2018, March). Dating and Cancer: Using stories to help explain the assumptions and limitations of null hypothesis testing. Presented at B.A. Green (chair) symposium on P value: Helping Students Understand. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Green, B. A., Darsinos, J., Labar, D., Jones-Wilson, T. M., Carducci, O. M. (2018, March). Domains Associated with Student Success: Lessons Learned from Translational Science. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Green, B. A., Darsinos, J., Labar, D., Jones-Wilson, T. M., Carducci, O. M. (2018, March). Translating Psychology for Answering Questions: Grant Funded Case Series. Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Charleston, SC.
Green, B. A., & Grahe, J. (2018, March). P-value and Psychological Research: How Concerned Should We Be? Presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Charleston, SC.
Green, B. A., Tucci, A. A.*, Savercool, A. C.*, Robicheau, P. M.*, & Galanti, C. M.* (March, 2018). Logistical Challenges when Measuring Attitudes. Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Philadelphia, PA
Green, B. A. (2018, April). The Science of Success (and failure) for College Students. Invited Keynote Address presented at Carolina Undergraduate Student Conference, Belmont, NC.
Green, B. A. (2018, October). From Component Parts to Synthesis: Using the Science of Success in Teaching Statistics. Paper presented at Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Mathematics Conference. East Stroudsburg, PA.
- Deena D. Dailey
- Assistant Professor of Psychology
B.S., 2001 East Stroudsburg University
B.A., 2001 East Stroudsburg University
M.Phil., 2006, City University of New York
Ph.D., 2010, City University of New York
I am an experimental psychologist with expertise in biopsychology / behavioral neuroscience.
Courses that I teach include Sensation and Perception, Cognitive Processes, Measurement and Evaluation in Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Quantitative Psychology and General Psychology. My research interests include diversity in sensory systems, comparative cognition, and personal technology behaviors.