I'm a researcher and educator with research interests falling into two broad areas: Adaptive Cognition and Well-Being. (1) Adaptive cognition - I investigate human memory for faces of potential mates based on evolutionary theories (e.g., mating motivation enhances memory for attractive opposite sex faces). My recent publications examined the adaptive value associated with happy and angry facial expressions (e.g., we remember angry male faces better than angry female faces). (2) Well-being – Using mixed-method methodology, I evaluate the well-being and effectiveness of intervention programs for persons with dementia and their caregivers, people with low vision, religious homosexuals, Chemsex and psychosocial functioning, children with myopia, and prison inmates. For research collaboration, participation in my research, or comments, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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