Andrew Terranova, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Applied Developmental Psychology, University of New Orleans
M.S., Applied Developmental Psychology, University of New Orleans
B.A., Psychology, Southeastern Louisiana University
- Chair, Department of Psychology, Coastal Carolina University
- Associate Professor, Coastal Carolina University
- Assistant Professor, Coastal Carolina University
- Assistant Professor, Stephen F. Austin State University
- Postdoctoral Research Associate, Rutgers University
- Part-Time Lecturer, Rutgers University
- Elizabeth Münsterberg-Koppitz Research Fellow, University of New Orleans
- Project Director, BullySafeUSA Program Evaluation
- Office Manager/Screener, University of New Orleans
Andrew M. Terranova has served as chair of the Department of Psychology since 2020. He earned a Ph.D. in applied developmental psychology from the University of New Orleans in 2006. He teaches courses covering development, psychopathology, research methods, and the history of psychology.
His research interests center around the risk factors associated with the development of aggressive and antisocial behaviors and coping with stressors such as peer victimization, natural disasters, and political violence.