Devin Fava Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Psychology
Education
  • Ph.D., Kent State University
  • M.A., Kent State University
  • B.S., Denison University
Contact
Email devin.fava@stvincent.edu
Phone 724-805-2132
Office Location
Headmasters Hall 410
Publications
  • Williams, J.L., McCutcheon, L.E., Fava, D., Aruguete, M.S. (2017). Using Research on Celebrity Admiration to Enhance your Statistics Class. North American Journal of Psychology, 19(3), 585-600.
  • Brooks, D.C., Fava, D.A. (2017). An extinction cue reduces appetitive Pavlovian reinstatement in rats. Learning and Motivation, 58, 59-65.
  • Briggs, J.F., Fava, D.A. (2016). Immediate Extinction Attenuates Spontaneous Recovery and Reinstatement in a Passive Avoidance Paradigm. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 123(1), 5-16.
  • Fava, D.A., & Riccio, D.C. (2014). Mild hypothermia can disrupt extinction learning but not original conditioning. Physiology & Behavior 125, 54–56.
Presentations
  • Briggs, J.F., Fava, D.A. (2015). Poster at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference: Effects of Immediate Extinction on Spontaneous Recovery and Reinstatement.
  • Fava, D.A. (2017). Participant Idea Exchange at the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology: Using Student-Generated Survey Data to Improve Engagement in Statistics Courses.
  • Williams, J.L., McCutcheon, L.E., Fava, D., Aruguete, M.S. (2018). Poster at the National Institute for the Teaching of Psychology Conference: Struggling with student interest in psychological statistics? Bring a celebrity to class.