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Dan Richard

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Faculty Bio

Associate Professor

Phone: (904) 620-3550

Office: Building 51, Room 3205

Email:drichard@unf.edu

Research Interests

Lay Epistemology – the study of how people gain knowledge and of their beliefs about their social world; Relationship beliefs and how these affect relationship behavior; Implicit beliefs and how these affect social behavior; How social and cultural beliefs affect resolving contradiction and problem solving; Meta-analysis – a quantitative procedure cumulating evidence from a variety of previous studies on the same topic; Effect-size across and between disciplines in social sciences; Variability in replication across and between disciplines in social sciences

Areas of Expertise

Primary: Social Psychology, Quantitative Methods, Research: Meta-analysis, Lay Epistemology, Culture, Conflict, Radicalization and Terrorism, Transformational & Community-based Learning, Teaching: Research Methods, Statistics, Revenge, Community-based Learning, Other: Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Artificial Intelligence, Adaptive Systems

Education

Texas Christian University, Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology, Social (2002)

Texas Christian University, M.S. in Experimental Psychology (1998)

Northeast Louisiana University, M.A. in Experimental Psychology (1992)

Northeast Louisiana University, B.S. in General Psychology (1990)