Applied Psychology

An understanding of psychology can be applied to every aspect of professional and personal life. The Department of Applied Psychology offers courses that provide a deep understanding of the self, other people, and how to apply that knowledge to a broad range of professional fields.

Faculty

Department Faculty

Adjunct Professors

  • Bary R. Fleet
  • Judith Hart
  • Laurie Hazard
  • Robert Masse
  • Jo-Anne Petrie
  • William Phillips
  • Robert A. Richards
  • Robert Richards
  • Keith Rinier
  • Susan Wondolowski
Rinier, Keith

Keith Rinier

Adjunct Professor, Applied Psychology
krinier@bryant.edu
MS, Rhode Island College
BA, Rhode Island College
BA, Rhode Island College

Personality, History of Psychology, Research Methods, Human Development, Behavioral Neuroscience

At-risk Children and their Families; Literature Criticism; Biopsychosocial Implications of Public policy; Empirical Methods in the Classroom; Education Achievement

  • National Association of Social Workers - RI

Rinier, K., The Art of Crisis Intervention in Long-term Care: A Matter of Who, Where, and Why, Long-term Living.

Rinier, K., Exploring the Adapted Use of Evidence-based Models to Assess and Treat Trauma Symptomology of an Elderly Combat Veteran: Case Study, Military Behavioral Health (Routledge) , 2016.

Rinier, K., Stewards of Social Work , Long-term Living, 2016.

Rinier, K., "Exposed Science: Genes, Environment, and the Politics of Population Health" by Sara Shostak , International Sociology (Sage) , 2015.

Rinier, K., Evolving Child Welfare Practice — How Voice and Choice Is Bringing Everyone Into the Same Room, Social Work Today, 2015.

Rinier, K., Social Work with High-Risk Recidivists and Justice Involved Individuals, The New Social Worker, 2015.