Richard Appelbaum, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Globalization; social and ecological sustainability; world-systems theory; the globalization of business and workers' rights

Global Political Economy World Systems Labor Markets and Global Production East Asia and the Global Economy Technology and Development

Professor Richard Wiseman

Professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology · University of Hertfordshire

Richard has gained an international reputation for research into psychology of luck, self-help, magic, persuasion and illusion.

Persuasion Magic Luck Psychology Deception

Eric Hekler

Associate Professor, Family Medicine And Public Health · UC San Diego

Research is broadly focused on advancing methods in the design, creation, optimization, evaluation, & reuse of digital health technologies.

Coronavirus Psychology During COVID-19 Digital Health Agile Science Precision Health

Bo Gyllenpalm, PhD

Adjunct Faculty - School of Leadership Studies · Fielding Graduate University

Fielding Emeritus Trustee and Adjunct Faculty of School of Leadership Studies

Resistance to Change Leadership and Management The World Cafe Organizational Learning Mindset, How We Perceive the World

Dr. Robert E. Roush

Professor and Director · Texas Consortium for Geriatrics Education and Care

Dr. Roush trains healthcare professionals about the role of age-related changes in making executive decisions about finances.

Education and Training Active Ageing Lifelong Learning Ageing in Place Frailty

Sameer Hinduja, Ph.D.

Professor · Florida Atlantic University

Sameer Hinduja is recognized internationally for his groundbreaking work on the subjects of cyberbullying and safe social media use.

Safe Social Media Use Cyberbullying

David Dodell-Feder

Assistant Professor of Psychology · University of Rochester

David Dodell-Feder's research looks at the processes that contribute to healthy and disordered social functioning, and their improvement.

Empathy Behavioral Methods Psychotic Spectrum Disorders Neuroimaging Relationship Psychology

George Sugai, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor · University of Connecticut

George Sugai, Ph.D., has expertise in positive behavior support in schools

Behavioral Sciences Function-based Behavior Support School and Classroom Behavior Management Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports Applied Behavior Analysis

Owen Jones

Glenn M. Weaver, M.D. and Mary Ellen Weaver Chair in Law, Brain, and Behavior · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the intersection of law and behavioral biology.

Contracts Law and Neuroscience Law and Behavioral Sciences Law and Behavioral Biology Evolutionary Analysis in Law

Stacy Drury, MD

Remigio Gonzalez MD Endowed Professorship of Child Psychiatry, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Vice Chair of Research, Department of Pediatrics · Tulane University

Drury explores how early life adversity interacts with genetic and epigenetic factors to shape child health and neurodevelopmental outcomes.

Telomeres Health Disparities Pediatric Medicine Child Psychiatry Genetics

Mark Litt, Ph.D.

Professor · University of Connecticut

Professor Litt is an expert in health behaviors, especially addictive behaviors, and chronic pain

Coping and Behavior Change Chronic Pain Health Behaviors Addictive Disorders

Cynthia M. Bulik, Ph.D.

Founding Director, UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders · UNC at Chapel Hill

World-renowned expert on eating disorders and disordered eating. Led the largest genetic initiative in eating disorders ever undertaken

Eating Disorders Eating Disorders/Disordered Eating Abnormal Psychology

Tim Crippen

Professor of Sociology · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Crippen's research focuses on evolutionary behavior.

Military Sociology Political Sociology Evolution Darwinism American Education

Frank Ravitch

Professor of law and the Walter H. Stowers Chair of Law and Religion · Michigan State University

An expert in law and religion, including the U.S. Supreme Court and religion, U.S. constitutional law, and Japanese constitutional law

First Amendment Religious Freedom Constitutional Law Law and Religion Religion and Law

Erik Nisbet

Associate Professor | School of Communication · The Ohio State University

Expert in communication focused on non-democratic contexts, public diplomacy, foreign policy, public opinion and global problems.

Political Communication Public Opinion Science Communication

Jennifer Pate, Ph.D.

Professor of Economics and Associate Dean of Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Economics of Giving, Altruism and Reciprocity Applied Microeconomics Experimental and Behavioral Economics Industrial Organization General Economics

Robin R. Wang

Professor of Philosophy · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Chinese Philosophy Comparative Philosophy Ethics

Joseph F. Coughlin

Director, MIT AgeLab · Massachusetts Institute of Technology

You're not getting older, you're getting better! MIT's AgeLab Director explains how changing demographics will impact business & government

Aging Social Innovation Gerontology New Technology Understanding the Impact of Place On Well-Being

Raymond Hawkins, PhD

Doctoral Faculty - Clinical Psychology · Fielding Graduate University

Cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy; theories of personality; developmental bases of behavior; cognitive-behavioral interventions; addiction

Theories of Personality Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy Addictive Behaviors Neurocognitive Markers Outcome Effectiveness Evaluation

Chun Lee, Ph.D.

Professor of Finance, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

Finance