Dr. Titus Asbury is an associate professor and the assistant chair of the Department of Psychology & Philosophy. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee and his Ph.D. from Texas Christian University. His general course rotation includes introduction to psychology, developmental psychology, applied statistics, positive psychology and behavior therapy. He will also be leading a study abroad course in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland this summer. Prior to his tenure at TWU, he worked as a family therapist in a community mental health center and a research analyst for the Fort Worth Independent School District. The latter included program evaluation for several district-wide initiatives including, bilingual education, teacher and principal satisfaction, and parental involvement. His current research interests center around cyberpsychology (human-technology interfacing). Recent publications address social networking sites for at-risk populations, and the generational digital divide. Asbury is an associate member of the Cyberpsychology Research Group at the University of Wolverhampton. (CRUW). Most of his research involves collaboration with CRUW and mentoring undergraduate research projects. He serves the community as a member of the American Red Cross, the Patriot Guard Riders and Operation BBQ Relief.
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