Psychology - Faculty
Program Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Psychology
William NeaceJim and Helen Fugitte Science Center - 316
Ph.D., University of Louisville
Dr. Neace earned his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with emphasis in cognitive processes from the University of Louisville in 2002. He has contributed his expertise in quantitative methods to a wide variety of projects, including providing statistical and methodological support to several NIH-funded grants while he was working for a non-profit firm conducting program evaluation research.
Dr. Neace is currently full-time faculty at Lindsey Wilson College. His primary responsibilities include teaching core courses in the Psychology curriculum, serving as Program Coordinator for Psychology, student advising, and participating in various academic committees. His primary research areas of interest are in judgment and decision making within a behavioral economics framework, and most recently, in the theoretical development of psychologically-grounded descriptive models of decision-making processes. Dr. Neace's work has been published in Judgment and Decision Making, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Journal of Behavioral Finance and Economics, and has a chapter in a peer-reviewed, edited book, Advances in Entrepreneurial Finance. Dr. Neace is also coauthor of myriad research articles published in various other scientific disciplines as a result of consultations based on his methodological and statistical expertise.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Robert F. Roscoe, Jr.Jim and Helen Fugitte Science Center - 314