Evan Kleiman, PhD

Lecturer on Psychology, Harvard University

Evan M. Kleiman received his PhD in clinical psychology from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. He studies cognitive and interpersonal risk and resilience to suicide.

Education

  • PhD George Mason University

Contact

ekleiman@fas.harvard.edu

Courses with Evan Kleiman

Fall term 2017

Proseminar: Graduate Research Methods and Scholarly Writing in the Social Sciences—Anthropology and Psychology

This proseminar introduces students to basic behavioral science research methods in anthropology and psychology. It teaches them how to read and evaluate research papers and translate their ideas into viable research projects.

Proseminar: Graduate Research Methods and Scholarly Writing in the Social Sciences—Anthropology and Psychology

This proseminar introduces students to basic behavioral science research methods in anthropology and psychology. It teaches them how to read and evaluate research papers and translate their ideas into viable research projects.

Stress, Coping, and Resilience

Everyone experiences stress, but stress does not affect everyone the same way. This course explores how stress affects individuals and the process by which individuals cope with stress. The goal of this course is to give an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and empirical work on stress (negative life events, psychological and physiological stress), coping, and resilience.

Spring term 2018

Proseminar: Graduate Research Methods and Scholarly Writing in the Social Sciences—Anthropology and Psychology

This proseminar introduces students to basic behavioral science research methods in anthropology and psychology. It teaches them how to read and evaluate research papers and translate their ideas into viable research projects.

Stress, Coping, and Resilience

Everyone experiences stress, but stress does not affect everyone the same way. This course explores how stress affects individuals and the process by which individuals cope with stress. The goal of this course is to give an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and empirical work on stress (negative life events, psychological and physiological stress), coping, and resilience.