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Kevin Eames


Associate Professor of Psychology Kevin Eames

Professor of Psychology
Department Chair
Director of Institutional Effectiveness

On faculty since 2003

 

706.419.1161
kevin.eames@covenant.edu

 

Education

PhD, Counseling Psychology, Georgia State University, 1999

MS, Community Counseling, Georgia State University, 1992

BA, History, Florida State University, 1982

 

Selected Publications

  • Eames, K. J. (in press). Stress: More than a feeling, in Encyclopedia of Wellness, Sharon Zoumbaris (Ed.). Greenwood-Praeger.
  • Eames, K. J. (2011). Evil in mind: Psychopathy and anomalous cognitive function, in Explaining Evil. J, Harold Ellens (ed.). Greenwood-Praeger.
  • Eames, K. J. (2010). Traits, factors, and faith: A review of the Relationship between Personality Traits and Religiosity, in The Healing Power of Spirituality, How Religion Helps Us. J. Harold Ellens (ed). Green-wood-Praeger.
  • Eames, K. J. (2010). Puritan Prozac: Compensatory pastoral care in a deterministic theological framework, in The Healing Power of Spirituality, How Religion Helps Us. J. Harold Ellens (ed). Greenwood-Praeger.
  • Eames, K. J. (2008). History of research on faith, prayer, and medical healings, in Miracles: God, Science, and Psychology in the Paranormal. J. Harold Ellens (ed.). Greenwood-Praeger.
  • Eames, K. J. (2007). The school as a system: Organizational theory for educational leaders, in School as Communities: Leadership, Relationship, and the Eternal Value of Christian Schooling, James L. Drexler (ed.). Colorado Springs, CO: Purposeful Design Publications.
  • Kaufmann, S., & Eames, K. J. (2007). The educational leader as risk-taker, in School as Communities: Leadership, Relationship, and the Eternal Value of Christian Schooling, James L. Drexler (ed.). Colorado Springs, CO: Purposeful Design Publications.
  • Eames, K. J. (2002). [Review of the book Karl Barth’s Anthropology in Light of Modern Thought by Daniel J Price], Pro Rege. Vol. XXXI, No. 1.
  • Eames, K. J. & Brack, G. (1996). Undifferentiated grief: a systemic perspective for understanding and treat-ing complicated grief in families. The Journal for the Professional Counselor, 10 (2), pp. 67-72.
  • Eames, K. J. (1995). Death in the family: grief and adaptation, inThe American Family: Life and Health (2nd edition), Robert D. Patton (ed.), Oakland, CA: Third Party Publishing, pp. 633-643.

 

Fall 2014 Courses

COR100 The Christian Mind

PSY261 Intro to Research Methods

PSY333 Cross-Cultural Psychology

PSY360 Psychology of Religion

PSY440 Independent Research

STA252 Statistics:Concepts & Methods