Hannah Bradshaw, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Hannah K. Bradshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology. She teaches courses in introductory psychology and evolutionary 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.
- Russell, E. M., Bradshaw, H. K., Rosenbaum, M. S., Hill, S. E., & Russell‐Bennett, R. (2021). Intrasexual female competition and female trust in gay male sales associates’ recommendations. Psychology & Marketing, 38(2), 249-265. Link to entry
- Bradshaw, H. K., Mengelkoch S., & Hill, S. E. (2020). Hormonal contraceptive use predicts decreased perseverance and therefore performance on some simple and challenging cognitive tasks. Hormones and Behavior, 119, 104652. Link to entry
- Bradshaw, H. K., Rodeheffer, C. D., & Hill, S. E. (2020). Scarcity, sex, and spending: Recession cues increase women's desire for men owning luxury products and men's desire to buy them. Journal of Business Research, 120, 561-568. Link to entry
- Ma, H., Bradshaw, H. K., Janakiraman, N., & Hill, S. E. (2019). Spending as protection: The need for safety increases preference for luxury products. Marketing Letters, 30(1), 45-56. Link to entry
- Bradshaw, H. K., Proffitt Leyva, R., Nicolas, S., & Hill, S. E. (2019). Costly female appearance-enhancement provides cues of short-term mating effort: The case of cosmetic surgery. Personality and Individual Differences, 138, 48-55. Link to entry
- DelPriore, D. J., Bradshaw, H. K., & Hill, S. E. (2018). Appearance enhancement produces a strategic beautification penalty among women. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 12(4), 348-366. Link to entry
- Hill, S. E., Baskett, K., Bradshaw, H. K., Prokosch, M. L., DelPriore, D. J., & Rodeheffer, C. D. (2016). Tempting foods and the affordability axiom: Food cues change beliefs about the costs of healthy eating. Appetite, 107, 274-279. Link to entry