Edward Vinski, Ph.D.

Edward Vinski, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Education LI

Contact

SJC Long Island

  • 631.687.1470
  • O'Connor Hall, E306

Education

Ph.D., Educational Psychology (Specialization in School Psychology), Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 2007

M.Phil, Educational Psychology (Specialization in School Psychology), Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York, 2001

M.S., School Psychology St. John's University, 1995; B.A., Psychology, Providence College, 1992

Scholarly & Professional Interests

History of psychology and education

William James

The Scopes trial

Academic integrity

School psychology

Educational psychology

Autism and intellectual disabilities

The interface of science and religion

Prejudice reduction
 

Select Publications

Vinski, E. J. (2014, July 9). How Hollywood blurred the facts of one of the trials of the century. History is Now Magazine.
http://www.historyisnowmagazine.com/blog/2014/7/6/how-hollywood-blurred-the-facts-of-one-of-the-trials-of-the-century#.U73noHmYaM8=

Vinski, E.J. & Porter, L.L. (2012). Food Selectivity: The Next Frontier of Autism Research. In B. Newman and D. R. Reinecke (Eds.), Move With a Purpose: Addressing Common Behavior Issues on the Autism Spectrum Before they Grow out of Control. Dove and Orca.

Vinski, E.J. & Tryon, G.S. (2009).Study of a Cognitive Dissonance Intervention to Address High School Students' Cheating Attitudes and Behaviors, Ethics and Behavior, 19, 218-226.

Quote

"You can't lead the people if you don't love the people. You can't save the people if you don't serve the people."
— Dr. Cornel West