Dr. Amanda Brouwer
Dr. Robert Casselman
Dr. Richard Deyo
Dr. Rebecca Foster
Dr. Carrie Fried
Dr. John Holden
Dr. John Johanson (chair)
Dr. Gloria Marmolejo
Dr. Peter Miene
Dr. Anthony Risser
Dr. Charles Schreiber
Dr. Jessica Siebenbruner
Dr. Janette Williams
Faculty office hours
B.S., Psychology (with emphasis in Human Factors and minor in Alcohol & Drug Abuse Studies), University of South Dakota, 1991.
M.A., Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1995.
Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Nebraska at Omaha, 1998.
Frequently Taught Courses
PSY 210 Introduction to Psychological Science
PSY 231 Statistics
PSY 335 Human Factors Psychology
PSY 350 Psychological Testing and Measurement
PSY 360 Personnel Psychology
PSY 425 Organizational Psychology
Scholarly Interests & Expertise
Leadership, especially Implicit Leadership Theories
Sex and Violence in the Media
Teaching of Psychology
Opportunities for Student Research
Students with similar research interests are welcome to inquire about working on existing projects. Students are also are welcome to propose new topics and projects.
Selected Supervised Student Research
Zielinski, D. J. & Johanson, J. C. (2009, May).
Strangers' assessment of conscientiousness, neuroticism and integrity based on facebook profiles.
Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.
Huggenvik, A. (2005, November).
Perceptions of online degrees: A national survey of employers.
Poster presented at the Seven Rivers Undergraduate Research Symposium, Lacrosse, WI.
Waters, K. M., & Johanson, J. C. (2001).
Awareness and perceived impact of The Americans with Disabilities Act among human resource
professionals in three Minnesota cities.
Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 12, 47-54.
Johanson, J. C. (2008).
Perceptions of femininity in leadership: Modern trend or classic component?
Sex Roles, 58, 784-789.
Fried, C. B., & Johanson, J. C. (2008).
Sexual and violent media’s inhibition of advertisement memory: Effect or artifact?
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 38, 1716-1735.
Fried, C. B., & Johanson, J. C. (2003).
Curriculum review using a knowledge, skills, and abilities-based assessment of alumni.
Teaching of Psychology, 30, 316-318.
Johanson, J. C., & Fried, C. B. (2002).
Job training versus graduate school preparation: Are separate educational tracks warranted.
Teaching of Psychology, 29, 241-243.
Johanson, J. C. (2000).
Correlations of self-esteem and intolerance of ambiguity with risk aversion.
Psychological Reports, 87, 534.
Deffenbacher, K. D., Johanson, J. C., Vetter, T., & O’Toole, A. (2000).
The Facial typicality-recognizability relationship: Encoding or retrieval?
Memory and Cognition, 28, 1173-1182.
Applied and Consulting Experience
Community & University Service
Selected current or past university service includes: Academic Affairs and Curriculum Committee, Sexual Assault Advisory Committee, Math and English Placement Test Task Force, Faculty Association Scholarship Committee, and others.
Departmental service has included chairing search committees, serving as Psych Club advisor, conducting alumni survey, and other activities.
Selected professional service includes: SIOP’s New Membership Committee, SIOP Conference Program Review, ad hoc reviewer for several journals such as Journal of Business and Psychology.
Joined WSU Psychology Department
Office: 231G Phelps Hall
Office phone: 507-457-5437
E-mail: JJohanson (at winona.edu)
WSU students in Dr. Johanson's courses may be able to access course materials or information online through the Desire2Learn system.