Role: Associate Professor
An assistant professor in History, I am interested in information systems and the ways in which past institutional practices have advanced and/or retarded the development of such systems.
An assistant professor in Psychology, my research focuses attitude formation and change, with an emphasis on how a) value-attitude relations influence attitude strength and b) linguistic variables affect information processing and persuasion.
I am an associate professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism & Communication. My research focuses on the communication of science, risk, agricultural and environmental issues to non-expert audiences, specifically regarding narrative formats, phenomenon beyond human scale and relevant ethical...