Dr. McNary earned his doctorate in Clinical Community Psychology from the University of Maryland – College Park in 2000 and has been teaching at Towson since 2007. Dr. McNary regularly teaches many of the required Research Methodology courses including: EDUC 715 Statistical Principles of Research Design and Analysis; EDUC 790 Advanced Measurements and Statistics in Education; and EDUC 761 Research in Education. Dr. McNary has research interests in the areas of quantitative methods and classroom interactions amongst students and teachers. Dr. McNary has presented at both the local and national levels and has authored several articles for publication. Dr. McNary’s most recent publications include:
Brand, B., Armstrong, J., Loewenstein, R., & McNary, S. (2009). Personality differences on the Rorschach of dissociative identity disorder, borderline personality disorder and psychotic inpatients. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 1(3), 188-205, doi: 10.1037/a0016561.
Mattanah, J., Ayers, J., Brand, B., Brooks, L., Quimby, J., & McNary, S. (2010). A social support intervention to ease the transition to college. Journal of College Student Development, 51(1), 93-108, doi: 10.1353/csd.0.0116.
Ramos-Marcuse, F., Oberlander, S., Papas, M., McNary, S., Hurley, K., & Black, M. (2009). Stability of maternal depressive symptoms among urban, low-income, African American adolescent mothers. Journal of Affective Disorders. doi: 10.1016/j.jad.2009.06.018