He earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology at Hampden-Sydney College, a Master’s in Experimental Psychology from Cleveland State University, and a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology with specialties in Research Design and Statistics and Cognitive and Social Research from the University of Memphis.
He has been on the faculty at Marian since 2001, teaching courses in Cognitive Science, Statistics, Human Development, Learning & Behavior, Sport Psychology, Stereotyping and Prejudice, and General Psychology. Within the Counseling Master’s Program, he has developed courses in Advanced Human Development as well as Statistics and Research Design for Counselors. In addition, he has developed and developed and taught three classes in The Leadership Academy graduate program at Marian: Educational Research Methodology, Educational Statistics and Research Literacy I, and Educational Statistics and Research Literacy II. He serves as the faculty advisor for the campus chapter of Psi Chi and the Psychology Club at Marian.
He has presented various research projects at both national and regional conferences, and is a member of the American Psychological Association, American Psychological Society, American Association for Sport Psychologists, and Midwestern Psychological Association. He co-founded and has been the primary conference organizer for the Institute for Students and Teachers of Psychological Science Conference for the past three years. In that capacity, he has secured several grants to help support the conference. He regularly sponsors students to present their research and moderates at the Mid-American Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference.
He is married with two school age children.
Collisson, B., Kellogg, J., & Rusbasan, D. (2015). Perceptions of Psychology as a Science: The Effect of Citations within Introductory Textbooks. North American Journal of Psychology, 17 (1), 77-88.
Collisson, B, Rusbasan, D., Camp, L., Kellogg, J., & Allan, B. (2015). Showcasing Psychological Science: A Conference for High School Students and Teachers. Observer, 28 (10), 5.
Kellogg, J. S., Hopko, D. R. & Ashcraft, M. H. (1999). The effects of time pressure on arithmetic performance - Theory, research, and application. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 13 (6), 591-600.
Selected conference presentations (15 total)
Alvarado, A., Camp, L. & Kellogg, J. S. Comparing Pediatric Burn Survivor’s Psychosocial Adjustment to Context-Matched Controls. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Meeting, Chicago, April 2018.
Kellogg, J. S. Developing Research Skills: Integration Throughout the Psychology Curriculum. Paper presented at the Midwestern Institute of Students and Teachers of Psychology, Glen Ellyn, IL, February 2013.
Kellogg, J. S., Crane, J., Willets, A., Charboneau, J., Mascari, L., Meyer, E., & Bell, R. The Make-Up and Management of Psychology Club. Paper presented at the Midwestern Institute of Students and Teachers of Psychology, Glen Ellyn, IL, February 2016.
McGary, S. & Kellogg, J. S. Experience in Sport Performance, the Practice of Imagery and the Effect of Both on Performance Anxiety. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the association of Applied Sport Psychology, New Orleans, October 2013.
Recent sponsored student presentations (19 Total)
Bell, R. The Effect of Positive versus Negative Information on Fear Conditioning and Type of Threat. Paper presented at the Mid America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, April 2018.
Charboneau (Flynn), J. Perceptions of LGBTQ+. Paper presented at the Mid America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, April 2017.
Crane, J. Native English Speakers’ Perceptions of Language Learners. Paper presented at the Butler University Undergraduate Research Conference, April 2016.
Sellers, A. & Lorenz, A. The Effect of Music With and Without Lyrics on Word Recognition. Paper presented at the Mid America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, April 2018.
Utter, K. Mental Imagery and Performance. Poster presented at the Mid America Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference, April 2017.