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Nye, Judith L

Judith L. Nye, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor

Department: Psychology

Office: Howard Hall 102

Phone: 732-571-3683

Email: nye@monmouth.edu


Judith L. Nye, Ph.D., specializes in the area of experimental social psychology with particular interests in social cognition, group dynamics, and leadership research. She is also active in scholarship associated with student engagement and success in higher education. She teaches and a variety of psychology courses, including Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Experimental Methods, and upper-level social psychology courses.

Education

Ph.D., Virginia Commonwealth University

Research Interests

Current research focuses on small group processes, leadership, and student success in college.

Awards

Distinguished Teaching Award Recipient

Courses

Recently Taught Classes

2022 Fall

  • Introduction to Psychology – PY 103
  • Research III: Experimental Methods and Laboratory – PY 320

2022 Spring

  • Introduction to Psychology – PY 103
  • Research III: Experimental Methods and Laboratory – PY 320

2021 Fall

  • Leadership and Group Processes – PY 409
  • Research III: Experimental Methods and Laboratory – PY 320

2021 Spring

  • Introduction to Psychology – PY 103
  • Leadership and Group Processes – PY 409

2019 Fall

  • Resistance Is Futile? Social Influence in Everyday Life – FYPY 103

Frequently Taught Classes

  • Cooperative Education: Psychology (PY 488)
  • Experimental Methods in Psychology and Laboratory (PY 320)
  • First Year Seminar (FY 101)
  • Introduction to Psychology (PY 103)
  • Leadership and Group Processes (PY 307, PY 409)
  • Research III: Experimental Methods and Laboratory (PY 320)
  • Social Psychology (PY 207)