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Dr. Sid Hall

Phone:  464-1891

Office:   LA3052

Email:   hall

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Dr. Hall majored in Psychology and earned his B.A. from Bates in 1980. He received a Master’s degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Auburn in 1983 after completing his thesis investigating the gain effect on performance. His doctoral dissertation used videotapes to help people learn how to detect lies, earning him the Ph.D. in I/O Psychology in 1989.

Dr. Hall has been at Southern Indiana since 1987, arriving ABD (“all but dissertation”). His primary teaching areas of responsibility are Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Industrial Psychology and the Research Methodology & Statistics sequence. In addition, he has taught at Harlaxton College in England, and serves as advisor to the USI chapter of Psi Chi, the national honor society in psychology.