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Applications:
Behavioral Science, Biological Sciences, Psychology
Methodologies:
Data Collection Design, Longitudinal Data Analysis, Time Series Analysis

Amie Gordon

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Department of Psychology

My research focuses on understanding the social cognitive, affective, and biological factors that shape our closest relationships. I am particularly interested in identifying factors that help romantic couples and families maintain high quality relationships. My work draws upon a variety of methods, including experimental, observational, naturalistic (e.g., daily experience), and physiological, to capture people at multiple levels in a variety of social situations. I frequently gather dyadic longitudinal data in order to understand how relationship partners influence each other in the moment and over time.