College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Professor Jay Greiner is a Ph.D. Developmental Psychologist having completed graduate work at Michigan State University, with post-doctoral training in Neuropsychological Assessment at University of Michigan. Professor Greiner has been a College Professor since the 1980s, and has been Contributing Faculty with Walden University since 2004. Dr. Greiner’s overall interest area is biopsychosocial development and componential approaches to understanding the interface between biological, cognitive-behavioral and social developmental assessment and intervention. His Bachelor's level education was in Medical Science as Physician Assistant, and he is interested in research that interfaces biological science, health, medicine, and psychology. With the arrival of neuroimaging techniques and new information on biological, genetic and hormonal influences in psychology, this interface has been facilitated. Dr. Greiner serves as Research Dissertation Chair and recent dissertations and publications are in the fields of health and developmental psychology, traumatic brain injury and autistic spectrum disorders.