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Elizabeth Carper

Part-time Instructor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109
Phone: 843-661-1624

Dr. Leslie Barnes-Young

Part-time Lecturer in Psychology

Office: CEMC 109K
Phone: 843-661-1624

Dr. Will Wattles

Chair, Department of Psychology, Walter D. Smith Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-G
Phone: 843-661-1639

Dr. Traci Taber

BCBA Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-F
Phone: 843-661-1638

Dr. Shannon Toney Smith

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-I
Phone: 843-661-1633

Dr. Jesse Sargent

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-C
Phone: 843-661-1634

Dr. Ron Murphy

Clinic Director, Practicum/Internship Coordinator, Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-D
Phone: 843-661-1643

Dr. Erica James

Clinical/Counseling Option Coordinator, Assistant Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 109-B
Phone: 843-661-1642

Dr. Crystal R. Hill-Chapman

School Option Coordinator, Associate Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 236-C
Phone: 843-661-1721

Dr. Teresa K. Herzog

IRB Coordinator, Undergraduate Psychology IE Coordinator, Professor of Psychology

Office: CEMC 236-A
Phone: 843-661-1562

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