Check out four leading experts from Fielding Graduate University in this month’s The ActuaryMay 22, 20191 min read
Getting published is one thing but having four of your top experts all appearing in a leading industry publication in one issue – it’s a real badge of honor.
That’s right, four of Fielding’s experts each had an article published in the April/May edition of The Actuary.
Personality and habits can influence whether social media is good or bad for an individual.
Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD, Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology at Fielding
Using technology to improve lives—and media psychology to understand how.
Jerri Lynn Hogg, PhD, Program Director - Media Psychology at Fielding
Use narrative analysis to understand the “why” in consumer behavior trends.
Pamela Rutledge, PhD, Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology at Fielding
Big data and the psychology of behavior and cognition.
Regina Tuma, PhD, Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology at Fielding
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Karen Dill-Shackleford, PhD Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology
Media violence; Fandom and the construction of meaning from media; Media, race and gender.
Jerri Lynn Hogg, PhD Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology
Passionate leader of media psychology and technology for good
Pamela Rutledge, PhD Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology
Rutledge focuses on identifying human motivations, behavioral triggers & instinctive drives to inform messaging & data strategies
Regina Tuma, PhD Doctoral Faculty - Media Psychology
Media psychology is the future of psychology—Without it, we would not be able to understand social media as constructed and lived realities.