I’m an Assistant Professor in the Psychology Department at SUNY Fredonia, Located, as you might expect, in the lovely village of Fredonia, NY.

I teach some fun psychology courses:

  • Introduction to Counseling
  • Child and Adolescent Psychopathology
  • Psychology in Science Fiction

In addition, I teach the psychology internship seminar every few years, and I have taught Statistics (something I love doing) in the past.

In my previous life at the University of Texas-Pan American I taught other courses, as well:

  • Statistics (undergraduate)
  • Advanced statistics (undergraduate)
  • Introduction to Psychology (undergraduate)
  • Social Psychology (undergraduate)
  • Sexual Abuse and Offense (undergraduate)
  • Personality Assessment (graduate)
  • Group Psychotherapy (graduate)
  • Statistics (graduate)

Since I came to Fredonia in 2014 UTPA has become the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. I still do some collaborative research with colleagues at UTRGV and am open to other kinds of collaboration. If you have brilliant ideas for joint research, teaching, student transfer experiences, etc., I’m all ears. I’m a great fan of inter-institution collaboration.

3 thoughts on “Me

  1. Anna Osornio

    Hello Dr. Rogers,

    My name is Anna Osornio and I am a student at Beloit College in Wisconsin. I came across your CV and would be very interested in perhaps getting receiving a copy of your paper titled: Cultural Learned Helplessness Among Hispanic Students. A class dealing on Latino Educational issues is planning to do a Latino Issues Conference (the first of its kind at Beloit) where the students would present information on specific issues concerning the Latino community. I would love to be able to use your paper as it seems relevant to what my topic interests consist of. Please let me know if this is possible. My email is

    Best Regards,

    Anna Osornio ’13

  2. bobbyfiend

    Ms. Osornio,

    I’ve replied by email. If you’d like me to remove your email address from this public page, please let me know.

    Darrin R.

  3. Edi

    Hello Dr. Rogers,

    I’m someone who’s struggling with anxiety in my daily life, which disrupts my sleep and creates negative downward spiral. Meditation is something I’ve been trying to implement for a very long time, but my mind is just way too chaotic to be calmed, at least yet…

    What I’ve found are HeartMath products and they seem like a great way to calm myself down that way, so that I can clean-up other things in my life and aim towards a more peaceful mind that will help me to build a proper meditation practice.

    When researching the legitimacy of the devices sold by HeartMath, I stumbled upon your 2 years old comments on reddit. I got really, really curious whether you proceeded with the research and what were your conclusions?

    Are such devices worth purchasing?

    Maybe you have your findings somewhere online, so that you don’t have to spend your time writing an answer?

    Any indication whether it’s useful or not would help!

    Kind Regards,

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