|TEACHING ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, SOCIAL SCIENCES/ PSYCHOLOGY|
|School: College of Arts & Letters|
|Department: Social Sciences / CAL 105|
|Program: Social Sciences|
Ph.D. study and M.A. at Graduate Faculty of New School University (M.A. in Psychology awarded in 1977)
B.A., Douglass College, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, 1966
I use psychological theory and current findings from neuroscience to interpret Jewish sacred text. Specifically, my current research focuses on the underpinnings of both "justice and care" ethics in Hebrew Scripture.
Principal Courses Taught
Fundamentals of Psychology: Biological Bases of Behavior
Fundamentals of Psychology: Development, Personality, and Pathology
Theories of Personality
Seminar in Freud and Jung
Psychology of Gender
Psychology of Religion
Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Association for Jewish Studies
- Susan Schept. "Symbols of Transformation in the Observance of Sukkot", Psychological Perspectives: A Quarterly Journal of Jungian Thought, Routledge Press.
- Susan Schept. "Hesed: Feminist Ethics in Jewish Tradition", Rabbinical Assembly.
- Susan Schept. "Ba bel: Boundaries of the Self", Conservative Judaism, Rabbinical Assembly.
- Susan Schept. "Jacob's Dream of a Ladder: Freudian and Jungian Perspectives", Psychological Perspectives, C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles.
HSS 376 Theories of Personality
HSS 477 Psychology of Religion
HSS 478 Psychology of Gender
HSS 175 Fundamentals of Psychology I: Brain, Mind and Behavior
HSS 330 Developmental Psychology
CAL 105 CAL Colloquium: Knowledge, Nature, Culture