Faculty & Staff – Ryan Brunner
Ryan Brunner, Ph.D., Psychology
Education: B.A. in Psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia; Ph.D. in social psychology from Ohio State University in 2009.
Research/Interests: Study of how the visual perspective used to recall past events affects current views of the self. Racial attitudes and how cognitive biases can explain unintentional forms of racial bias.
Social psychology is one of Dr. Brunner’s favorite classes to teach, and he loves to get students involved in observing and analyzing all of the weird things that people do.
Hobbies: Rraveling with his wife and four children, reading, biking and hiking. He also enjoys playing and watching a variety of sports and is looking forward to trying out the frisbee golf course in Fulton.