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Dr. Loretta Neal McGregor
Professor of Psychology
Arkansas State University Faculty Senate President
- Ph.D., Human Factors Psychology, Wichita State University
- M.S., General Experimental Psychology, Emporia State University
- B.A., Psychology/Sociology, Ouachita Baptist University
- Research Methods
- Psychology as a Science and Profession
- Psychology of Aging
Imposter phenomenon, personal growth and development in college students, Issues related to aging
- Southwestern Psychological Association
- American Psychological Association
- Division 2 of APA: Teaching of Psychology
Loretta Neal McGregor, Ph.D is Professor of Psychology and President of the Faculty Senate at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro. She served as department chairperson of psychology and counseling, for eight years, and has taught in higher education for almost 30 years. Dr. McGregor received a Bachelor’s of Art degree, in psychology, from Ouachita Baptist University. She completed a Master’s of Science in General Experimental Psychology at Emporia State University and a Ph.D. in Human Factors Psychology at Wichita State University.
Her professional involvements include membership in the American Psychological Association, where she has served as a member of The Board of Directors for Educational Affairs and Division Two: The Society for the Teaching of Psychology. In Division 2, she served as the Associate Director of Society Programming for the APA Convention and on various committees. Dr. McGregor has numerous publications and research presentations.
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