V. K. Kumar
Professor of Psychology
M.S., Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Office Phone: 610-436-2348
Office Room #: PB 62
Preferred means of contact: Phone, email, in person
Spring 2014 Office Hours:
Wednesday: 12:50-1:50 and 3:10-4:10
Courses typically taught:
- Learning and Memory
- Introductory Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
- Advanced Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
Brief description of research interests:
Aspects of Hypnosis, Aspects of creativity.
Kumar, V. K., & Farley, F. (2009). Structural aspects of three hypnotizability scales: Smallest space analysis. International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, 57, 343-365.
Kumar, V. K., & Ryan, Rita. (2009). On measuring forgiveness: Implications from smallest space analysis. Current Psychology, 28, 32-44.
Pekala, R. J., Kumar, V. K., Maurer, Sr. R. L., Elliott-Carter, E., Moon, E., & Mullen. (2009) Positive Affect, Negative Affect, and Negative Effects during a Phenomenological Hypnotic Assessment within a Substance Abuse Population. International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis, 57,64-93.
Fuchs, G. L., Kumar, V. K., &, Porter, J. (2007). Emotional Creativity, Alexithymia, and Styles of Creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 19(2-3), 233-246.
Kumar, V. K., Kemmler, D., & Holman, R. (1997). The Creativity Styles Questionnaire-Revised. Creativity Research Journal, 10, 51-58.