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Applications:
Behavioral Science, Computer Science, Education, Learning Analytics, Mental Health, Psychology
Methodologies:
Artificial Intelligence, Causal Inference, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Pattern Analysis and Classification, Predictive Modeling, Psychometrics, Signal Processing

William J. Gehring

Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Psychology

Psychology

Williams is a Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His academic interests span two lines of teaching and research: his longest-running line of research concerns the brain processes involved in detecting errors, including how those processes affect anxiety disorders and children’s executive function. More recently, he has focused on higher education, teaching first-year undergraduate students evidence-based principles for learning and finding purpose in college. His research in this area uses institutional data to understand the factors within the college and the curriculum that promote or hinder academic success.