Social Program Faculty
from Left to Right: John Levine, Andrew
Baum, Carey Ryan,
Richard Moreland, Janet Schofield, Martin Greenberg
- Andrew Baum, PhD, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Professor
of Psychiatry & Psychology
- Perceived control, psychosocial aspects of health and illness, social
support, attribution theory.
- Martin Greenberg, PhD, University of Houston,
Professor of Psychology
- Coping with victimization, social support, social comparison, cognition
and affect, social influence.
- John Levine,
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Professor of Psychology
- Temporal changes in the relations between groups and their members,
majority and minority influence, group performance under stress, impact
of social interaction on thinking and learning.
- Richard Moreland, PhD,
University of Michigan, Professor of Psychology and Management
- Social behavior in groups and organizations, establishment and maintenance
of personal and social identities, social development.
- Carey Ryan, PhD, University
of Colorado, Assistant Professor of Psychology
- Stereotyping and intergroup relations, research methods, evaluation
Schofield, PhD, Harvard University, Professor of Psychology
- Impact of computers on classroom social processes, school desegregation,
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