JASON SIKORSKI, Ph.D.

            

Education and Interests

Was born in upstate New York to normal, everyday, blue-collar folks. He received his B.S. in Psychology from Lemoyne College in Syracuse, NY.  Later, he moved down south and got his MA from East Tennessee State University and his PhD from Auburn University.  This was followed with an APA approved clinical internship at the medical university of Ohio and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Johns Hopkins. 

At Central, he teaches general psychology, research methods, and life span development.  His teaching has earned him a number of awards.  His research interests include assessing juvenile sex offenders, hypermasculinity, ADHD, Risk Assessment and Prediction, and the Teaching of Psychology. 

In his free time, he has been spotted grading papers, talking with students, and there are some reports that he roots for the yankees.

 

Tips

 1. Do not accept research findings and things that people say without thinking about them.

2. Do your best to outwork everyone else.

3. Learn how much fun learning can be.

4. Get involved with faculty research (for example, with me!) In exchange, you'll get credit for presentations and even publications in psychology.

It is his belief that those willing to work tediously, learn from prior mistakes, and involve themselves actively in learning throughout the lifespan have an important advantage over those who passively receive what life has to offer.

 

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