Lisa Jo Elliott, M.A., Ph.D. Candidate in Engineering Psychology
Problem Solving and Naturalistic Decision Making in virtual environments.
Roger Chadwick, M.A., Ph.D. student in Social Psycology
Research interests include engineering psychology unmanned ground vehicles and air/ground view research along with social topic such as morality, attribution, and self-deception.
Michael Collier, M.A. student in Cognitive Psychology
Embodiment, grounded cognition, metacognition, social cognition, free will, and attribution theory.
Holly Hackett, M.A. student in Social Psychology
Close relationships and attachment styles.
Jamie Hughes, M.A., Ph.D. Candidate, A.B.D.
Interests include person perception and the process by which people make attributions about others mental states, actions, morality, and traits.
Yuki Ishikawa, M.A., Ph.D. candidate in Social Psychology
Attribution and implementation intentions.
PK Jonason, M.A., Ph.D. Candidate in Social Psychology
Romantic and sexual relationships, mate-searching tactics, adaptive individual differences, animal models, evolutionary psychology.
Bryan Koenig, M.A., Ph.D. student in Social Psychology
Emotions, Moral Punishment, Schadenfreude.
Kristen Oates, M.A., Ph.D. student in Social psychology
Recent work involves social rejection, social snacking, and attachment style.
Skye Lee Pazuchanics, M.A., Ph.D. student in Engineering Psychology
3D Displays and Assistive technologies.
Lausanne Renfro-Fernandez, M.A., Ph.D student in Social Psychology
Attitudes, prejudice, stereotypes.
Jessica Richardson, M.A. student in Social Psychology
Emotional memory formation, emotional associations, factors mediating negative cyclical behavior.
Joshua Sandry, M.A. student in Social Psychology
Social cognition, attribution, psychological distance, adaptive reasons for morality & memory.
Lisa Savre, M.A. student in Social Psychology
Close relationships and sexual harassment.
Garrett L. Strosser, M.A., Ph.D. student in Social Psychology
Cultural psychology, representation of the cultural self, stereotype threat and biculturalism, and unconcious influences such as implicit attitudes and priming.
Jeremy Tost, M.A., Ph.D. student in Social psychology
Interests include self-control, in particular attentional strategies that promote self-control and the teach-ability of self-control as a skill set. Other interests include unconscious decision
making, religious experiences, aging and moral judgment.
Kyle Wagner, M.A. student in Cognitive Psychology
My current research looks at skill acquisition, specifically, the contextual interference effect on retention.
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