Assistant Professor Social Psychology Psychology Department University of Tennessee http://www.garriyshteynberg.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Through my research, I seek to understand how shared attention with other agents influence what we remember, the goals we pursue, and the things we value. I investigate both the nature of shared attention—what makes attention shared—as well as how shared attention influences mind and culture.
Masters Student Social Psychology Psychology Department University of Tennessee email@example.com
James Bramlett is a current doctoral student at the University of Tennessee, receiving his bachelors and masters from the same. His research interests involve the effects of shared experience on several domains, including cognitive performance, attitudes, and political polarization. James holds a minor in statistics and is fluent in a wide variety of related software packages and database management tools. His professional interests include behavioral and attitude research, user experience, and data analysis.
Group Attention and Behavior Lab
Doctoral Student Social Psychology Psychology Department University of Tennessee firstname.lastname@example.org
Elizabeth Fles is in her final year of her doctoral program at the University of Tennessee. During her undergraduate training at Grand Valley State University, she studied psychology and applied statistics. Additionally, she spent six months in Puebla, Mexico where she studied Spanish and anthropology. Broadly speaking, Elizabeth's research interests include cross-cultural self-views, morality, and stigma. More specifically, Elizabeth is currently investigating the effects of stigmatization on one's self-view.
PSYCHOLOGY SPRING PARTY, 2015
Elise, Garriy, and Parnia celebrating the end of the semester at the annual psychology spring celebration.
Doctoral Student Social Psychology Psychology Department University of Tennessee email@example.com
Phillip McGarry is currently a second year doctoral student at the University of Tennessee. His undergraduate degree is in history, with a social studies education minor, and post-baccalaureate studies in psychology from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His research interests revolve around morality; especially how shared attention may form the basis of moral emergence, the proximal and distal mechanisms of morality from an evolutionary perspective, and how morality plays a role in political, economic, educational, and social processes.
Andrew S. Heim
Doctoral Student Social Psychology Psychology Department University of Tennessee firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Heim is currently a second year doctoral student at the University of Tennessee. He received his B.S. in Pre-Graduate Psychology, summa cum laude from Middle Tennessee State University. His research interests range from various topics such as how humans and computers interact in social situations, prejudice and attitudes towards the elderly, and conformity as it relates to moral superiority. He spent a year living in Glasgow, Scotland studying psychology and Celtic civilization at the University of Glasgow.