Anthony Austin, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Office: Dawson Hicks 254
Phone: (870) 575-8189
1200 North University Drive, Mail Slot 4988
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
Post-doctoral Fellowship (2011-2014): Montreal Behavioural Medicine Centre
Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (2011): Ohio University
Fulbright Scholar (2010): Inselspital, University Hospital of Bern, Bern, Switzerland
M.A. in Experimental Psychology (2006): Cleveland State University
B.S. in Psychology (2003): Tennessee Technological University
PSYC 3300, Psychological Statistics I; PSYC 3306, Perception; PSYC 3312, Human Psychophysiology; PSYC 4300, Psychological Statistics II; PSYC 4301, Experimental Psychology; PSYC 4302, Physiological Psychology; PSYC 4309, Health Psychology; PSYC 4310: Seminar in Psychology; PSYC 4311, Stress, Health and Disease; PSYC 4312 & 4600: Independent Studies
Dr. Austin’s research interests center on the impact of psychological stress on markers of disease and how psychological stress is associated with cardiovascular disease. He is also interested in health disparities, the epidemiological impact of psychological factors on health, ways of coping with acute pain, and general psychophysiological research methods.