Professor of Psychology
Ph.D., Biopsychology, University of Georgia
M.A., College of William & Mary
B.A., DePauw University
Campus Phone: Ext. 5135
Came to Tusculum: 2003
Brian Pope is currently an assistant professor in the Tusculum College Psychology Department. He teaches or has taught PSYC101 – Essentials of Psychology, PSYC200 – Developmental Psychology, PSYC205 – Psychology of Personality, PSYC220 – Abnormal Psychology, PSYC305 – Educational Psychology, PSYC315 – Cognition, and PSYC345 – Physiological Psychology.
Before coming here he taught Psychology at Andrew College in Cuthbert, GA. Dr. Pope’s interests include the sexual differentiation of the brain, cerebral lateralization, and applied animal behavior. Brian web-enhances all of his courses using the Sakai course platform.
B.A., Psychology, DePauw University (1984)
M.A., General/Experimental Psychology, College of William and Mary (1988)
Ph.D., Biopsychology, University of Georgia (1998)
American Psychological Association
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
American Psychological Society