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William L. Poteat Professor of Psychology · Wake Forest University
Best is a psychologist who studies child development with a particular focus on gender stereotypes and young children.
Professor of Education · Southern Utah University
Specializing in online learning strategies in higher education, asynchronous learning, and web-based instructional tools
Professor, Lally School of Management; Area Head of Enterprise Management and Organization · Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Leading researcher on remote work, telecommuting, telework, and the relationship between technology and managerial behaviors.
Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences · University of Connecticut
Associate Professor in the Department of Psychological Sciences focused on language acquisition, ASL, deaf culture, and cognitive science.
Associate Professor · Texas Christian University
Naomi Ekas's research program utilizes a developmental psychology approach to understanding children’s social and emotional development.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of Graduate Studies Professor of Educational Psychology and Learning Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill
Using the science of learning to help people be better consumers of information.
Associate Professor of Child Development · Michigan State University
An expert in early childhood education and intervention; parent-child interaction and communication; early development of social skills
Distinguished Professor, Department of Psychological Sciences · University of Connecticut
Distinguished Professor focused on autism spectrum disorders and behavioral therapy for autism.
Thad and Alice Eure Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Vice Chair of Research and Scientific Affairs; Director of the Center for Excellence in Community Mental Health · UNC-Chapel Hill
Dr. Gilmore is a physician with special interest in pre & early postnatal brain development and how it contributes to risk for schizophrenia