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Alfred Mancuso

Dr. Alfred F. Mancuso

Chairperson and Professor

School:

Arts and Sciences

Department:

Psychology and Counseling

Office Location:

Farley Center 101

Office Hours:

  • Fall 2020 Office Hours
    • M: 2:00-3:00pm
    • T: 10:00-11:30am
    • R: 10:00-11:30am
    • Also by appointment
Note: All office hours are being held virtually or by phone due to COVID-19 safety protocols

Educational Background

  • Alfred University – Alfred, NY
    • Psy.D., School Psychology (APA Accredited)
    • CAS, School Psychology (NASP Approved)
    • M.A., School Psychology (NASP Approved)
  • St. John’s University – Queens, NY
    • B.A., Psychology (magna cum laude)
  • Professional Credentials
    • NJ Certified School Psychologist (#664328)
    • Nationally Certified School Psychologist (#36420)
    • NASP PREPaRE – workshops #1 and #2
    • NASP PREPaRE – Trainer of the Trainers (workshop #1)

Professional Experience

Georgian Court University (2007 – present)
  • Faculty Appointments:
    • Professor of Psychology and Counseling (2020 – present)
    • Associate Professor of Psychology and Counseling (2014 – 2020)
    • Assistant Professor of Psychology and Counseling (2007 – 2014)
  • Leadership Positions:
    • Founding Director, School Psychology Psy.D. Program (2019 – present)
    • Chairperson, Department of Psychology and Counseling (2015 – present)
    • Director, GCU Evaluation Center (2013 – present)
    • Associate Chairperson, Department of Psychology and Counseling (2012 – 2015)
 

Research / Creativity Interest Area

  • Professional issues in School Psychology
  • Impact of social media on academic and social emotional functioning
  • Psychometrics
  • Predictors of academic performance

Additional Information

Courses Taught
  • Graduate
    • SPS5100: Intro. to Counseling Skills
    • SPS5300: Advanced Counseling Theories
    • SPS5302: Appraisal of the Individual
    • SPS5402: Seminar in Childhood Psychopathology
    • SPS5405: Advanced Counseling w/ Children & Adolescents
    • SPS5403: Neurological Basis of Educational Disorders
    • SPS5700: Statistics & Research Methods I
    • SPS6109: Data-Based Decision Making III: Integrated Psychoeducational Assessment
    • SPS6190: Seminar in Psychological Services in the Schools
    • SPS7100: History of Psychology
    • SPS7550: Statistics & Research Methods III
    • SPS7600: Research in School Psychology
  • Undergraduate
    • FY101: Freshmen Seminar
    • PS111: Introduction to Psychology
    • PS221: Child & Adolescent Development
    • PS223: Psychopathology
    • PS225: Educational Psychology
    • PS232: Introduction to Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
    • PS325: History of Psychology
    • PS345: Topics in Psych: Psychology & Law Enforcement
    • PS410: Applied Statistics & Research Methods
    • PS430: Statistics and Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
    • PS431: Experimental Psychology
    • PS455: Senior Seminar

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