Eric A. Seemann, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Psychology Morton Hall 319A 256.824.2323 firstname.lastname@example.org Education Ph.D. Louisiana Tech University; Counseling Psychology M.S. Jacksonville State University, Applied Psychology, Clinical track B.A. University of Alabama, Psychology and Criminal Justice Areas of Interest Psychological Testing and Assessment Positive and Health Psychology Social Support and Copy Classes Taught Psychological Statistics Abnormal Psychology Psychometrics General Psychology Graduate Practicum in Teaching and Career Exploration Introduction to Clinical and Counseling Psychology Affiliations Personality, Assessment and Testing American Psychological Association North American Neuromodulation Society Episcopal Diocese of Alabama Brief Bio Dr. Seemann is a Counseling Psychologist, a Navy veteran, and a member of the Alabama Army National Guard. He is the Veterans' Services Coordinator for UAH, and he is active with several student organizations. Dr. Seemann's research and teaching interests include posttraumatic stress and recovery, chronic pain and resilience, psychometrics, personality, social support and coping. He has a research and clinical relationship with the Alabama Pain Center in Huntsville, AL. Dr. Seemann's areas of specialization (as a licensed psychologist) include forensic psychology, assessment, military psychology, crisis intervention, risk assessment, pain psychology, and dangerous populations. Selected Publications Seemann, E. A., Willis, K. D., Mueller, M. L., Stephenson, D. D., Harden, C. K., George, J. M., Pinkerton, L. A., & White, M. R. (2011). Sufentanil vs. Fentanyl: Efficacy and Patient Satisfaction with Intrathecal Pain Management. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface, 15 (3) 194-199. DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1403.2012.00432.x Thomas, A., Buboltz, Jr., W. C. Teague, I. K., & Seemann, E. A. (2011). The Multidimensionality of the Desirability of Control Scale. Individual Differences Research, 9(3), 173-182.