Mr. Kerry Zelazny
- (716) 949-7189
- Office Location:
- DePaul Hall, room 112
Kerry Zelazny joined Niagara University as an adjunct instructor in the Fall of 2017. He has taught a variety of courses including Abnormal, Clinical, and Counseling Psychology, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, and Introduction to Psychology. He has conducted research in areas focusing primarily on psychopathology, including: PTSD, personality disorders, mood and anxiety disorders, and personality assessment. Kerry’s current research interests include theories of learning, the intersection of personality traits and identity, and the role cognitive biases play in various mental illnesses.
2013 - M.A. in Psychology, University at Buffalo, SUNY
2009 - B.A. in Psychology, University at Buffalo, SUNY
2005 - B.S. in Computer Science, University at Central Florida