Gregory J. Feist is Associate Professor of Psychology in Personality at San Jose State University and Director of the MA Program in Research and Experimental Psychology. He teaches Introduction to Psychology, Test and Measures, and The Psychology of Science. He is co-author of the introductory text, Psychology: Perspectives and Connections (McGraw-Hill). He received his PhD in 1991 from the University of California at Berkeley.
Susan Snycerski has been teaching Introductory Psychology for 15 years. It’s one of her favorite subjects to teach as she feels students can learn so much about themselves and others in this course. She completed her BS in Psychology at Central Michigan University and her Master’s and Ph.D. at Western Michigan University. She was awarded a two-year postdoctoral fellowship from the National Institute on Drug Abuse and holds a graduate certificate in Clinical Trials Administration. She has been teaching at San Jose State for 8 years. Susan enjoys hiking, gourmet cooking, and cheering for the Detroit Red Wings, her favorite NHL hockey team.
Lauren Castellano earned her MA in Experimental Psychology from San Jose State University and her BA in Psychology from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She has been a teaching assistant for three years. She is passionate about teaching psychology because she believes it applies to everything we do and anyone can benefit from learning about psychology. Lauren is also passionate about traveling and scuba diving; she is a certified rescue diver and a dive master candidate.