Dr. Dan Miller is a professor of psychology at Wayne State College. Before teaching at WSC, Dr. Miller taught at Mankato State University and Purdue University. He has been teaching at the college level since 1993.
He has presented at various professional conferences, including the National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology. He has authored a number of professional journal articles and other publications. Dr. Miller is also a member of Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society), Pi Gamma Mu (Social Sciences Honor Society) and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
Ph.D., Experimental Psychology/Learning and Memory, Purdue University, 1994
M.S., Experimental Psychology/Learning and Memory, Purdue University, 1986
B.A., Psychology, Northern Illinois University (Magna cum Laude), 1982
Dr. Miller's teaching interests include learning; experimental, sports, positive, and general psychology; history and systems; behavior modification; and life span development. His research intersts include various student interests and mentoring.