Michael J. Donahue, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Purdue University
M.S., Purdue University
B.S., Loyola University of Chicago
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Dr. Donahue is an Adjunct Professor at the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. He earned both an M.S. (1978) and a Ph. D. (1981) in Social Psychology at Purdue University. He spent 11 years working at Search Institute, which researches developmental assets for young people. While there, he was lead researcher on one of the first abstinence-promoting sexuality curricula and worked on projects examining religious education in a variety of denominations.
Dr. Donahue has been at IPS since 2005, where he teaches Research Design, Statistics, Cognitive Psychology, and Psychology of Religion. Dr. Donahue’s primary research interest is psychology of religion. He has recently served two terms as secretary of Division 36: Psychology of Religion of the American Psychological Association.