Ph.D., M.A., Michigan State University; B.A., Alderson-Broaddus College
Health; general research and development psychology with focus on biopsychosocial development, social and organizational theory, cultural and individual diversity, neuropsychology, as well as cognitive and affective aspects of behavior
Dr. Greiner is currently specializing in health psychology, general psychology, research evaluation, and educational psychology. His current teaching and research interests include biopsychosocial life span development. He has been a college/university professor for 20 years, publishing research in developmental neuropsychology, neuropsychology, rehabilitation psychology, communication and fluency disorders, applied anthropology, medical sociology, and human organization. He has been a professor at Walden since October 2004 and is teaching or has taught Foundations of Psychology, Biopsychology, Psychopharmacology, Stress and Coping, Behavioral Nutrition, Social Psychology. He has served as lead faculty in course development. He supervises master’s and dissertation research, with topics ranging from biopsychology to social psychology, and is supervising both qualitative and quantitative research methodology. Dr. Greiner has received several teaching effectiveness awards.