Glenn Geher is Professor of Psychology as well as Founding Director of Evolutionary Studies at the State University of New York at New Paltz. Glenn has taught several courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels — including Statistics, Social Psychology, and Evolutionary Psychology — and has won the New Paltz Alumni Association’s Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award, along with Chancellor’s Awards for both Teaching and Research Excellence from the State University of New York.
Glenn’s publications generally address two broad themes — the interface of human mating and cognitive processes (mating intelligence) along with the state of Evolutionary Psychology within the landscape of academia. Among Glenn’s publications are an edited book published with Nova Publishers (“Measuring Emotional Intelligence”) and an edited book with Erlbaum (“Mating Intelligence: Sex, Relationships, and the Mind’s Reproductive System” — co-edited with Geoffrey Miller). Glenn is also co-author of “Mating Intelligence Unleashed” (co-written with Scott Barry Kaufman, published by Oxford University Press) as well as “Evolutionary Psychology 101”, published by Springer. Glenn also is co-author (with Sara Hall) of “Straightforward Statistics: Understanding the Tools of Research” — with Oxford University Press.