Prof. Salvatore Costa
Assistant Professor of Psychology
MWF 9-10; 2:30-4 & T 9-10; 1:30-4 & R 9-10
M.A. Northeast Missouri State University
Sal Costa, assistant professor, has been at Truman since 1975. He holds a bachelor's and a master's degree from Northeast Missouri State University (now Truman State University). His interest lies in research on the use of hypnosis in memory and recall for testing and motivation. He is a member of the National Board of Directors for the Association to Advance Ethical Hypnosis, Hypnosis Association of America, the American Association of Criminal Psychology, the Hartje Association on Forensic Hypnosis, the Foundation on Research on the Nature of Man, the Southern Association on Parapsychology, the International Congress on Hypnosis, and Published Research in Hypnosis. His extracurricular activities include serving as an advisor for the Judiciary Board for fraternities and sororities and the Psychology Club.