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Applications:
Behavioral Science, Biological Sciences, Social Science
Methodologies:
Databases and Data management

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.