Trevor Hyde is the chair of the graduate programs in clinical and general psychology. He joined the Cardinal Stritch University faculty in 2012. He has a Ph.D. in psychology (clinical) from Marquette University and also attend graduate school at the University at Buffalo. He is a licensed clinical psychologist who primarily practices in the area of geriatric neuropsychology. He teaches graduate level courses in research methods and statistics, cognitive assessment, multicultural issues, and biopsychology. He also runs the graduate and undergraduate psychology internship programs. His research interests have included Parkinson disease, cognitive functioning, social stigma secondary to racism and sexism, gender and sexual minorities, and caregiver burden.
- B.A., Lawrence University
- Ph.D., Marquette University
Psychology, clinical psychology, geropsychology, neuropsychology, health psychology
Publications & Presentations
● Wahl, K.D., Vitacco, M.J., Panza, N.R., & Hyde, T.F. (2018). Utility of the Inventory of Legal Knowledge in detecting feigning. Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 29(3), 483-497. 4 ● Kwak, J., Wallendal, M.S., Fritsch, T., Leo, G., &
"My mission is to train students in the empirical foundations of behavioral science in an environment that emphasizes pluralism, professionalism, and respect."
- Trevor F. Hyde