Psychology Faculty


Dr. Betsi Little

Dr. Betsi Little
Professor & Chair of Psychology
Contact: 425.249.4725, betsi.little@TLC.edu

Dr. Little is best known to students for her commitment to academic rigor, student learning through quantitative research, and dedication to deep mentoring relationships and excellent advising. She holds an M.A. and Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of North Dakota. Read full biography.



Dr. Owen Bargreen

Dr. Owen Bargreen
Affiliate Faculty in Psychology
Dr. Bargreen specializes in school violence, domestic violence, sports psychology and psychological assessment. He conducts therapy and assessment of psychiatric hospital patients, maintains his own private practice, and has published a book on the personalities of male victims of domestic violence. Dr. Bargreen holds a Psy.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology. He recenlty authored the book Starting a Successful Practice in Clinical Psychology and Counseling: A Guide for Students in Psychology and New Career Psychologists.



Benjamin Guenther

Dr. Benjamin Guenther
Affiliate Faculty in Psychology

Dr. Guenther completed his PhD work in the Brain and Behavior Sciences Program of the Psychology Department at The University of Georgia in May 2011 with an emphasis on visual perception and attention. His recent research has focused on the relationship between lower-level sensory or perceptual processing and attention.



Dr. George Hunter

Dr. George Hunter
Affiliate Faculty in Psychology

George Hunter specializes in the interaction between psychology and the law. An experienced litigation consultant, he has extensive experience conducting and analyzing results from pre-trial jury research projects. As a social psychologist, he is an expert in pre and post-trial research methodology and using psychometric tools to predict juror decision-making. Hunter holds a master’s degree from Radford University and a doctorate in Social Psychology from the University of Kansas.