Hannah K. Bradshaw, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Hannah K. Bradshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology. She currently teaches courses in introductory psychology.
Dr. Bradshaw is interdisciplinary-minded psychologist who incorporates methodological tools from social psychology, marketing, health psychology, industrial/organizational psychology, and psychoneuroimmunology. Her research program explores how interpersonal and ecological cues might affect our perceptions and decisions in the broader social world. While she has a wide variety of research interests, she tends to gravitate towards questions that pertain to disgust sensitivity, women’s sociality, and consumer preferences and behavior. Dr. Bradshaw’s publications can be found here: https://hkbradshaw.wixsite.com/research/publications
Working with students on research projects is Dr. Bradshaw’s favorite thing about being a scientist. If you’d like to get involved in her ongoing research or chat about potential independent research projects, please feel free to reach out to her!