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Tag psychology/human behavior

Stephen Gammie

Stephen Gammie

Associate professor, zoology, Neuroscience Training Program

Expert on maternal behaviors

Ramon Aldag

Ramon Aldag

Professor, management and human resources; Glen A. Skillrud Family Chair in Business

Expert on decision making, entrepreneurship, leadership, organizational behavior and culture, change, stress and coping, computerized decision aids, and motivation.

Keith Kluender

Keith Kluender

Professor, psychology

Expert in perception, especially auditory perception of complex sounds such as speech

Judith Harackiewicz

Judith Harackiewicz

Professor, psychology

Expert on achievement motivation, goal-setting, competition and performance evaluation

Ladan Mostaghimi

Ladan Mostaghimi

Clinical assistant professor, dermatology

Expert on psychocutaneous medicine

Jane Piliavin

Jane Piliavin

Professor emerita, sociology

Knowledgeable in altruism and helping behavior, health consequences of community participation, the sociology of sport

Michael Caldwell

Michael Caldwell

Lecturer, psychology

Expert on juvenile delinquency, callous/unemotional or psychopathic features in adolescents, treatment of violent juvenile offenders, risk assessment, transfer of juveniles to adult court.

Christina Iyama-Kurtycz

Christina Iyama-Kurtycz

Associate professor, pediatrics

Expert with 30 years experience diagnosing developmental disabilities such as autism in children

John DeLamater

John DeLamater

Professor, sociology

Expert on intimate relationships, communication, sexuality, adolescence, adulthood, later-life

Chuck Kalish

Chuck Kalish

Professor and chair, educational psychology; faculty affiliate, psychology

Expert on the development of social cognition and categorization/inductive inference

Claudia Reardon

Claudia Reardon

Assistant professor, psychiatry

Expert on sport psychiatry, including diagnosis and treatment of mental illness in athletes and benefits of exercise for mental health

Gary Lupyan

Gary Lupyan

Associate Professor, Psychology

Effects of language on cognition and perception. How does learning a language transform human cognition. Does learning different languages cause us to think differently?

Robert Howard

Robert Howard

Director, Digital Studies Initiative; associate director, Folklore Program; associate professor of communication

Expert on Internet communication and contemporary religious belief

Bas Rokers

Bas Rokers

Assistant professor, psychology

Expert on the neuroscience of visual perception and disorders of the visual system.

C. Shawn Green

C. Shawn Green

Assistant professor, psychology

Expert on learning and transfer, in particular the effects of video gaming on perception and cognition

Markus Brauer

Markus Brauer

Professor, psychology

Expert in human social behavior, especially in questions related to diversity/discrimination, effective group work, interventions to modify behavior

Paula Niedenthal

Paula Niedenthal

Professor, psychology

Expert on human emotions and emotion-cognition interaction

Craig Berridge

Craig Berridge

Professor, psychology; member, Neuroscience Training Program

Expert on neuropharmacology and behavioral neuroscience

Edward Hubbard

Edward Hubbard

Assistant professor, educational psychology

Expert on human brain functions, brain development, perception and cognition, and brain imaging

Aleksandra Zgierska

Aleksandra Zgierska

Assistant professor, School of Medicine and Public Health

Board-certified family medicine and addiction medicine physician whose research focuses on opioid-treated chronic pain and addiction, especially involving opioids.

Nancy Wong

Nancy Wong

Professor, consumer science; faculty director, Center for Retailing Excellence; Affiliated faculty, marketing

Expert on consumer decision making, cross-cultural research

Julie Poehlmann-Tynan

Julie Poehlmann-Tynan

Professor, human development and family studies

Expert on high risk infants and young children in the family context; children with incarcerated parents; preterm infants in the family context; attachment relationships

Lauren Papp

Lauren Papp

Professor, Human Development and Family Studies

Expert on intimate relationships and their connections with child, adult, and family health and well-being; Health behaviors and risks (including substance use)

Colleen Moore

Colleen Moore

Professor emerita, psychology, Nelson Institute

Expert on the effects of environmental pollutants on child development and risk perceptions of environmental hazards

Christine Whelan

Christine Whelan

Clinical professor, consumer science, School of Human Ecology

Expert on marriage, self-improvement and meaning-seeking through the life course, also purpose, thriving, well-being and happiness

Julianne Zweifel

Julianne Zweifel

Clinical psychologist; clinical assistant professor, obstetrics and gynecology

Clinical psychologist and expert in mental health issues surrounding infertility, pregnancy complications, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression, and breastfeeding difficulties.

Jeanette Kowalik

Jeanette Kowalik

Director of Prevention and Campus Health Initiatives, University Health Services

Expert on public health, prevention, epidemiology and other issues related to campus and college student health and wellness.

Malia Jones

Malia Jones

Assistant Scientist, Applied Population Laboratory

Expert on how the places people live, work, and play affect their health by shaping their physical activity, food, and infectious disease and other

Thomas (Tom) O'Guinn

Thomas (Tom) O'Guinn

Professor, marketing; Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr. Chair in Marketing Research

Expert on branding, consumer behavior, advertising, social class and consumption, and institutional responses by marketers to social disruption such as wars, recessions, oil spills,

Fenaba Addo

Fenaba Addo

Assistant Professor/Consumer Science

Expert on debt, wealth, relationship formation, and social inequality

Joseph Austerweil

Joseph Austerweil

Assistant Professor of Psychology and Computer Science (affiliate)

I am a cognitive psychologist with expertise in human and machine learning. I focus on how and when people solve problems better than machines.

Martina Rau

Professor; Educational Psychology

Expert on educational technologies and learning with visual representations in science, technology, engineering, and math domains

Karen Schloss

Karen Schloss

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, McPherson Eye Research Institute

Color cognition, color preferences, visual reasoning, information visualization