Michael Czuchry

Department of Psychology

Assoc. Professor, Department Chair


Michael Czuchry
Langner Hall
Phone: 830-372-6047



Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, Texas Christian University, 1996

M.A. in Experimental Psychology, East Tennessee State University, 1992

B.A. in Psychology, Colorado College, 1990


Holder of the Gembler Fellowship, TLU, 2009-2012

Alpha Lambda Delta Professor of the Year, TLU, 2007-2008


& Presentations

Hubbard, B., Felix, L., & Czuchry, M. (April, 2014). “Using Games to Enhance Learning.” Paper presented at the 60th Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas.


Czuchry, M. & Gray, B. (2009). “Terri Schiavo: To be or not to be? That was the Question – The influence of message sidedness, pictures, and need for cognition on beliefs and behavior.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(3), 762-789.

Czuchry, M., McFarland, D., & Dansereau, D. F. (2009). “Visual representation tools for improving addiction treatment outcomes.  Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 41(2), 181-187.

Czuchry, M., Timpson, S., Williams, M. L., Bowen, A. M., & Ratliff, E. A. (2009). “Improving condom self-efficacy and use among individuals living with HIV: The Positive Choices mapping intervention.” Journal of Substance Use, 14 (3&4), 230-239. 

Rao, S. R., Czuchry, M., & Dansereau, D. F. “Gender differences in psychosocial functioning during substance abuse treatment.” (2009). Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 41(3), 267-273.

Wallace, D. S., Abduk-Khaliq, A., Czuchry, M., & Sia, T. L. (2009). “African American’s political attitudes, party affiliation, and voting behavior.” Journal of African American Studies, 13(2), 139-146.