Jeremy E C Genovese (Jeremy), PhD
 Title: Associate Professor Emeritus
 Dept: Curriculum & Foundations
 Office: JH 367
 Phone: 216-523-7130
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 367, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
behavioral learning theory, behavior genetics, individual differences, evolutionary psychology, personality theory, somatotypes, psychometrics, memory, memory improvement,
Ph.D., Learning and Development, Cleveland State University, 2000
M.A., Anthropology, Kent State University, 1994
B.A., Anthropology, Cleveland State University, 1991
Brief Bio:
Jeremy Genovese is Emeritus Associate Professor of Human Development and Educational Psychology in the Department of Curriculum and Foundations.  He earned his PhD from Cleveland State University in 2000.  He has a masters degree in biological anthropology from Kent State University and a BA in anthropology from Cleveland State.  In addition, he is certified in secondary mathematics.  His research interests include behavioral learning theory, memory, memory improvement, behavior genetics, individual differences, meditation, yoga, and evolutionary psychology.

His research on the Flynn Effect was cited in both James Flynn's book Are We Getting Smarter? Rising IQ in the Twenty-First Century and Steven Pinker's book The Better Angels of Our Nature.

He lives in Beachwood with his wife Teresa M. Kammerman, MD.
Research Interests:
behavioral learning theory
memory improvement
behavior genetics
individual differences
evolutionary psychology
personality theory
psychological correlates of body composition and exercise
Teaching Areas:
The Psychological Foundations of Education (EDB 302/502)
Intellectual Variability: Seminar in Learning & Development (EDU 811)
Professional Affiliations:
Gold Key National Honor Society
International Honor Society in the Social Science
Julian Jaynes Society