Dr. Paul Nesselroade
Dr. Paul Nesselroade is in his 13th year at Asbury University. He graduated from Asbury in 1989 with a Bachelor's in Chemistry Education. He then got his M.A. (1993) and Ph.D. (1998) in Experimental Psychology at the University of Louisville. Dr. Nesselroade took his first professor position in 1996 at Simpson University. In 2002 Dr. Nesselroade came to Asbury to join the Psychology faculty.
Dr. Nesselroade has done research on self-extensions, in-group biases, and self-other perceptions. He is currently working on research related to Human Dignity, the Psychology of the Holocaust, and Mindfulness. He has taken students to Germany and Poland to visit holocaust sites and plans to continue these trips in the future.
Nesselroade and his wife, Cheryl, have three children and reside in Wilmore.
Courses taught by Dr. Nesselroade include:
- Psy210 Social Psychology
- Psy315 Statistics for Behavioral Science
- Psy341 History and Systems of Psychology
- Psy393 Human Dignity and the Social Sciences