Dr. Robert Demski has special interests in social psychology, political psychology, history of psychology, and undergraduate research. He recently published a book chapter on the reaction of psychology to the 9/11 attacks. He has also mentored many undergraduate students in conducting their own original research. Two students have won prestigious Psi Chi Rocky Mountain region awards for undergraduate research. Dr. Demski enjoys cooking, gardening, camping, and playing guitar. He lives with his wife and three cats in Denton, Texas.

PhD Experimental Psychology, Texas Tech University, 1998

Yeats, J. T., Demski, R., Paden, B., Rhoads, M., & Setiawan, C. (2019). A critical ethnography through

             poetic representations of social justice issues. Open Access Journal of Biomedical Science, 1,


Demski, R. M. (2019). Psychology Confronts 9/11:  Explanations, Shortcomings, and Challenges. In

             M. Finney & M. Shannon (Eds.). 9/11 and the Academy: The Liberal Arts in the Twenty-First

             Century World (pp. 59-90). New York:  Palgrave-MacmiIllan