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The University of Texas at ArlingtonThe University of Texas at Arlington


Dr. Scott Coleman

Lecturer of Psychology

Phone: (817) 272-2281
Address: Room, Life Sciences Bldg.
Website: Click to View

Teaching/Lecture Experience

Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant: 1990-1999 (UTA)

Lab Courses: Experimental Psychology Methods & Statistics and Experimental Analysis of Behavior

Lecture Course: Introduction to Psychology (UTA)

Lecturer of Psychology: 2006 - 2013 (UTA and TCU)

Undergraduate Courses: Introduction to Psychology, Motivation, Human Sexuality, Theories of Human Learning & Memory, Cultural & Gender Diversity, Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Analysis & Management of Behavior, Statistics & Experimental Design I & II, Behavioral Research, and Comparative Psychology

Graduate Course: Comparative Psychology

Academic Mentoring Experience

McNair and SMART Scholars: 2001 -2005

Immediate supervision of advanced undergraduate research program participants in the Department of Pharmacology and Neuroscience, UNTHSC.

Upward Bound: 2008

Instructor of advanced high school science and mathematics program for minority scholars during the summer sessions, UTA.

Applied Education and Distance Learning Experience

International Exotic Animal Sanctuary: 2003 - Present

Associate Intern and Research Coordinator - Involved with intern research and education program that has led to several presentations at professional psychological conferences.  Provided instruction and education of applied animal behavior to over one hundred and fifty interns on captive animal behavior.

American College of Applied Science Online Instructor:  2010 - Present

Currently teach graduate applied behavior courses (12 weeks online and 1-week residency) specializing in parrot behavior, training, and interventions for behavioral disorders in parrots.  Currently, serving as thesis committee member for Master Level student research projects in applied animal behavior.