Frank Wesley, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus
Department of Psychology -- PSY
Professor Emeritus Frank Wesley has written texts in child development, sex-role behavior, and the history of the Holocaust. He holds a BA degree from Reed College, MS and PhD degrees from Washington State University, and a doctoral rerum naturum degree from Hanover, Germany. Professor Wesley has held professorial appointments in Germany, France, and Russia. In 1990 he was named a fellow of the American Psychological Association.
After a long career of teaching, writing, and research, Professor Wesley has retired from teaching and research. He still of course writes.
Are you a former student of Dr. Wesley? Frank welcomes news from his students about their life updates and how they have used what they learned in his courses, Psychology of Learning and History of Psychology. Write him at the above departmental address.
Professor Wesley's two most recent books are:
The Holocaust and Anti-Semitism (see links above to the chapters of the book)
Naked Psychology: Stories Behind the Mind Game (published by Little Vernonia Press, Portland, Oregon, ISBN 978-0-615-18749-5 and available at Clean Copy on SW Broadway across from Cramer Hall).
Photo courtesy Kerth O'Brien, 2008