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Jan Yeaman, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology,
Poling Center
517.750.6349
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Bio

Professional Experience
Professor of Psychology, Spring Arbor University, 1996-present
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Messiah College, 1994-1996
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Gettysburg College, 1995-1996
Self-employed private practice counseling and consulting, 1988-1989
Adjunct Faculty, Redeemer University College, 1988
Psychoeducational Consultant/Therapist, Salem Christian Counseling Clinics, 1979-1988

Education

  • Ph.D.: (Health Education (Health Psychology)) University of Maryland, College of Health and Human Performance, 1994
  • M.A.: (Counseling Psychology) Biola University, Rosemead School of Psychology, 1979
  • Honorable B.A.: (Clinical Psychology) Laurentian University, 1975

Publications

Journals
Yeaman, J.I. (1998). Taking integration of faith, living and learning into the classroom: One faculty member’s experience. Concept, A Journal of Christian Perspective in the Liberal Arts, 1, 2, 18-20.
Yeaman, J.I. (1999). Stress and coping: Learning how to be resilient. In J. R. Powell & J. M. Bowers (Eds.), Enhancing missionary vitality: Mental health professions serving global mission, (pp. 107-118). Minneapolis: Augsburg-Fortress Publications.
Yeaman, J.I. (2000). Research design text and workbook. Unpublished manuscript. Spring Arbor, MI: Spring Arbor University.
Yeaman, J.I. (2004). Writing guide for college. Based on the 5th edition APA. Spring Arbor, MI: Spring Arbor University.
Yeaman, J.I. (2006). The reluctant researcher: Research design for practitioners. Spring Arbor, MI: Spring Arbor University. [Submitted for publication].
Yeaman, J.I. (2006). Psychology and the integration of faith, living and learning. Chapter submitted for publication. Spring Arbor, MI: Spring Arbor University.