Giacomo Bono, Ph.D. Title: Assistant Professor Department: Psychology and Child Development Program Areas of Expertise Social and Developmental Psychology, Youth and Family well-being, Resilience and Positive Youth Development, Education Reform, and Parenting. Professional Background Dr. Giacomo Bono is an author, teacher and researcher in social and developmental psychology and in the behavioral sciences. He co-authored the book Making Grateful Kids: The Science of Building Character (2014, Templeton Press) with Hofstra University faculty member Jeffrey Froh. Bono has conducted and evaluated research in youth development programs in schools and communities. He is the director of ... Read More
Directory of CSUDH Experts
California State University, Dominguez Hills has exceptional scholars and educators who are among the most distinguished experts in their fields. The CSUDH Experts Guide is an online resource and tool that identifies faculty, administrators, and staff who offer special knowledge, informed opinions, and noteworthy perspectives on current and unique topics, and who are willing to speak with journalists.
To find an expert source for your story, use the search tools on the right. The Communications and Public Affairs staff are available to help reporters meet their deadlines, assist with long-lead editorials, and provide timely information for print, broadcast, and online media.
L. Mark Carrier, Ph.D. Title: Professor Department: Psychology Areas of Expertise Computer/Technology Issues, Human Behavior, Media, Technology, Psychology, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Psychology of Technology, Generational Differences, Technology and Education, Mobile Phone Use, Kids and Technology, Social Media, Texting, Multitasking, 3D Movies, Classroom Learning Professional Background Dr. Carrier has been teaching and conducting research in the field of psychology for 20 years. His research interests revolve around applied cognition, psychology and technology, and cultural effects on thinking. The author of numerous articles and papers, Carrier has contributed to the Journal ... Read More
Carole Casten, Ph.D. Title: Professor Department: Kinesiology Areas of Expertise Physical Education; Health and Physical Activity; Physical Education Administration Professional Background Dr. Casten is an expert in the pedagogy of physical education and has written five textbooks on the subject. She has held numerous offices in professional organizations, including as the first female president of the Western Society for Kinesiology and Wellness, and been active presenting at conferences. She also serves as the director of physical education and athletics at the California Academy of Math and Science, a Long Beach Unified School District high school on the CSUDH campus, where she ... Read More
Scott W. Cheatham, P.T., D.P.T., Ph.D.(c), O.C.S., A.T.C., C.S.C.S. Title: Assistant Professor Department: Kinesiology and Recreation Areas of Expertise Occupational Health, Physical Education, Physical Therapy, Kinesiology, Health and Fitness Professional Background Scott Cheatham is a practicing physical therapist and educator. He has been in the health and fitness industry for the past 20 years. He is owner of the National Institute of Restorative Exercise, Inc. where he provides continuing education to medical and fitness professionals. He is a national presenter for various organizations and has authored over 40 peer reviewed publications, textbook chapters, articles, and home ... Read More
Nancy Cheever, Ph.D. Title: Associate Professor and Department Chair Department: Communications Areas of Expertise Media, technology, and media psychology, specifically in the areas of people's separation anxiety from mobile devices, social networking's influence on parenting styles, online catfishing, television's impact on social identity of women, and gratification of viewing violent sports Professional Background Dr. Cheever is a writer, researcher, speaker, and consultant who specializes in media psychology, a burgeoning field that examines the media’s role in shaping individuals’ attitudes, opinions, behaviors, and identity formation. A former newspaper journalist and magazine ... Read More