Faculty and Staff
Dr. Bellamy is a clinical psychologist whose teaching interests includes personality assessment and organizational behavior and development. His research interests include personality and leadership assessment, organizational behavior, and organizational culture.
Dr. Broadbent is a biological psychologist who studies the physiological processes underlying behavior, including the neuropharmacological, neuroanatomical, and behavioral processes involved in drug addiction. Her teaching interests include biological psychology, research, and experimental design.
Dr. Douglas is a clinical psychologist whose teaching interests include abnormal psychology, assessment, and neuropsychology. He has a private practice in Flint, MI, and supervises students' clinical internships.
Dr. Freedman is a cognitive psychologist whose primary research interests are graph comprehension, executive control, subgoal management, general intelligence, and the functions of the prefrontal cortex. His teaching specialties include memory, thinking, language, cognitive science and research design.
Susan Gano-Phillips Dr. Gano-Phillips is a child clinical psychologist whose teaching interests include abnormal psychology, developmental psychopathology, and clinical psychology. Her primary research interests include pedagogy, change processes in higher education, and gender roles in marriage.
Dr. Gano-Phillips is a child clinical psychologist whose teaching interests include abnormal psychology, developmental psychopathology, and clinical psychology. Her primary research interests include pedagogy, change processes in higher education, and gender roles in marriage.
Dr. Heinze teaches courses in introductory, abnormal, and community psychology and clinical/community internship and thesis. She received a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Wayne State University, with a specialization in community psychology. Her teaching interests include contextual promotion of positive youth development in understudied populations.
Dr. Horgan is a social psychologist whose teaching interests include statistics, personality, research methods, and social psychology. He does research on individual differences in appearance accuracy, behavioral mimicry, and nonverbal behavior.
Ms. Manship is the Administrative Assistant for the Psychology department. She comes to us from the Epidemiology Department in Ann Arbor. Ms. Manship brings over 10 years of experience and is excited to start a new year at University of Michigan-Flint.
Dr. McGrath is a developmental psychologist who teaches courses in developmental psychology, gender, and research methods. Her research interests are the socialization of empathy and prosocial behavior, and gender effects on interpersonal sensitivity and communication.
Dr. McKibbin is an evolutionary psychologist whose primary research interests are mating, relationship conflict, and sexual conflict. His teaching interests include research design, statistics, and social psychology.
Dr. Stein is a cognitive psychologist whose primary research interests include functions of the right hemisphere, asymmetry in decision making, belief updating and handedness. Her teaching specialties include statistics, cognition and research design.
Dr. Wrobel is a clinical psychologist whose teaching specialties include psychological testing, behavior modification, and health psychology. His areas of research include acturial personality assessment, psychological responses to trauma, and psychological issues in death and grieving.