State and Trait Accuracy Model (STAM): I am working with Judy Hall at Northeastern University and Jeremy Biesanz at the University of British Columbia to propose and test a new model of accuracy. STAM proposes that judgments of traits are based on judgments of affect, and therefore that more accurate judgments of affect will lead to more accurate judgments of personality. We have received funding from the National Science Foundation to support this research.
Idaho Test of Accurate Person Perception (ITAPP): This is a new project to create a standardized test of accuracy of several types of judgments of persons, including traits, values, risk behavior, and emotion.
Jennifer McDonald: 6th year. Dissertation - Mindfulness and Judgability of Personality Traits and Personal Values. Thesis - Accuracy of judgments of personal values.
Doug Colman: 5th year. Dissertation - Training and Personality Judgment Accuracy. Thesis - Accuracy of personality judgment in a business setting.
Sheherezade Kryzaniak: 3rd year. Thesis - Physical fitness and accuracy of personality judgment.
Jessica Stoker: 2nd year. Thesis - Accuracy of judgments of attachment styles and relationship satisfaction.
Chloe Pedersen: 1st year.
Jacob Gibson: 1st year.
Jared Vineyard, Completed PhD in 2016. Current position - postdoc at St. Luke's Hospital in Boise, Idaho. Dissertation - Accuracy of judging riskiness in others.
Brittany Bowman: Completed PhD in 2015. Currently a Graduate Psychologist at the Veteran's Administration in Boise, Idaho. Dissertation: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, OFC brain functioning, and personality.
Cliff Rone: completed PhD in 2013. Currently a Staff Psychologist at Kansas State University.
Erin McGlade: completed PhD in 2008. Currently co-director of the VA Advanced Fellowship Program in Mental Illness in Salt Lake City, Utah.