Beverly Chew specializes in quantitative social science research methodology and statistics from both the professional consulting and undergraduate teaching perspectives. Her graduate work focused on autobiographical memory, the self-reference (memory) effect, relationships between mood and memory, as well as ego-analytic and cognitive-behavioral treatment of depressive personality and addiction disorders (especially eating disorders and gambling addictions). Dr. Chew's current interests include assessment of personality disorders especially the so-called dissociative and borderline disorders. She consults on matters of quantitative program evaluation with community organizations and area professionals and coordinates faculty undergraduate advising at the college.