Dr. Bohlander was a Rush Rhees Fellow at the University of Rochester, where he completed graduate programs in the Department of Psychology, the Center for Visual Science, and the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Brain Research Center. In addition to his faculty responsibilities, Dr. Bohlander is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Co-Director of the Wilkes University NeuroTraining and Research Center. Dr. Bohlander teaches courses in Personality, Abnormal Psychology, Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, Critical Thinking, and Senior Capstone. Internationally Board-Certified in Brain Biofeedback, he has publications in numerous scholarly journals and has presented his research at a variety of professional conferences. His research interests include methodological issues in psychology, and audio-visual entrainment of the brain.
MA, PhD University of Rochester
Professor, Licensed Psychologist, Co-Director NeuroTraining and Research Center