Office: EP 210
Cody Christopherson graduated with a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Notre Dame in 2011. Most recently, he completed a post-doctoral resident with Kaiser-Permanente in Vallejo, California with an emphasis on Spanish language therapy and assessment for adults, children, and families. His research interests are broad and include research on research methods and theory and philosophy of Psychology. Specific research questions he has studied include whether the pursuit and assessment of happiness is self-defeating and whether college students can exercise volitional control over their recreational internet use. He and his family enjoy large-scale gardening and community supported agriculture and are excited to join the SOU Psychology family in Ashland.