BRADLEY WAITE, Ph.D.

            

Education and Interests

Completed his undergraduate degree at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Psychology became Dr. Waite's academic love after brief flings with chemistry, writing and the law.  For graduate school, he went to Kent State University in Ohio to study with Dr. Stephen Levin, a psychologist and media researcher who conducted some of the early studies of the impact of Sesame Street on children. He also worked with Dr. Michelle Paludi on media and gender studies. After earning his MA and while finishing his Ph.D. in Experimental and Developmental Psychology at Kent State, Dr. Waite accepted a faculty appointment at Wright State University near Dayton, Ohio.

Dr. Waite came to CCSU in 1988. His research focus is on the impact of media use, on aggression, and on the process and  experience of research participation. He teaches courses in developmental psychology, media psychology and research methodology.

In Dr. Waite's free time, he likes to bicycle, cross-country ski, listen to music and read.

 

Tips

Work hard, don't give up on your dream, because there is a way to get there. Take courses and do things that interest you, otherwise you will be disappointed and dissatisfied.

 

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