Adam M. Levy

Instructor, Psychology

Boyer Hall 106B 1 (215) 517-2589

About Me

Arcadia faculty member since 2006

Arcadia Courses Taught:

Introduction to Psychology (PY111)

Social Psychology (For Non-Majors) (PY153)    

Social Psychology Research and Design Lab (PY331)                

Personality Psychology Research and Design (PY332)                 

Adult Psychopathology (PY205)(PY572)

Addictive Behaviors (PY605)

Group Counseling (PY610)

Sex, Drugs, & Rock n’ Roll (FYSE)

     

 

 

 

 

 

Education History

Beaver College 1998

Bachelor of Arts, Major in Psychology

Arcadia University 2001

Master of Arts, Counseling Psychology

Publications

Co-Author 2013

Obedience in the context of identity theft in the United States and South Africa

Research Paper, Obedience to Authority Conference: Milgram's experiments 50 years on, Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada

Co-Authored with Leathem, J., Baker, Z., Stoll, H., Miserandino, M., Malan, L., & Nienaber, A.

Co-Author 2013

Does Milgram’s Obedience to Authority Still Apply? Obedience in the context of identity theft.

Other, Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY

Co-Authored with Leatham, J. & Miserandino, M.

Co-Author 2013

The effects of priming on self body image

Other, Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY

Co-Authored with Stoll, H., Baker, Z., DiOrio, A., & Miserandino, M.

Co-Author 2009

The relationship between impulsivity, craving, and reactivity to smoking cues across conditions

Other, Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Pittsburgh, PA

Co-Authored with Coller, S. M., Santanello, H., & Miserandino, M.

Research Summary

His research interests focus at the crossroads between social and personality psychology and mental illness and include using theories from social and personality psychology to provide a paradigm to add perspective to the subtle forces contributing to the etiology of mental illness and maladaptive behaviors, both in the definition and categorization as well as the identification and treatment.