Psychology
Colin  Silverthorne

Colin Silverthorne

Professor

Dr Silverthorne is a social/organizational psychologist. He has authored several books and published numerous numerous articles in refereed journals. His recent research has focused on testing the applicability of organizational behavior theories, especially leadership, across cultures. In addition, other current research is exploring the benefits of Yoga for Brain injured individuals.

Education

Ph.D. (Social Psychology) University of Cincinnati, 1970.
M..A. (Psychology) University of Cincinnati, 1968.
B.Sc. (Psychology and Mathematics with Statistics) University of London, 1966.

Publications
Books
Silverthorne, C. (2005). Organizational Psychology in Cross-Cultural Perspective. New York: NYU Press.

Silverthorne, C. (2010). Common Sense Statistics, 6th Ed., New York: McGraw Hill. (1st Edition, 1988, 2nd Edition, 1991, 3rd Edition, 1999, 4th Edition, 2003, 5th Edition, 2007).

Silverthorne, C. & Fox, D. (1986). Common Sense Statistics. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Bellweather Press.

Silverthorne, C. (1986). Undergraduate experiential learning. In Foundations in Lifelong Learning, 3rd Edition. Minneapolis, Minnesota: Burgess Publishing.

Silverthorne, C., Fischer, H. & Fox, D. (1980). The What, When and How of Statistics.Champaign, Illinois: Stipes Publishing.