David Bennett

Professor of Psychology

Professor David Bennett’s teaching interests include cognitive psychology, human memory, learning, introductory psychology, research methods and statistics, sensation and perception, experimental psychology, and the psychology of humor and laughter.

Professor Bennett appreciates North Park’s teacher-to-student ratio and being able to offer hands-on advising and mentoring. “Though small, we provide a well-rounded degree in psychology with our eye on standards and trends, and prepare students well for advanced study,” says Professor Bennett.

Recent Publications

D. J. Bennett. "The Humor of Christ: A Different Methodological Approach." HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research vol 24, #3. (August, 2011): 349-356.

Events/Lectures

Annual APS meeting, May 2016

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Presented data on and a call for outreach for teaching study skills earlier and more consistently.

Popular Courses

Learning & Cognition