Andrew is a social psychologist, with a PhD from the Ohio State University. His expertise are in the domain of attitudes and persuasion, with a particular interest in the interplay of distinct individual differences in the processing of persuasive messages and how those dispositional tendencies are affected by situational demands. He has published on these topics in top journals and is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at The College of Wooster, Ohio.
He has extensive experience with all corners of the social psychology world. The research in this field is so interesting that he can't help but want to share it! He looks forward to the chance to share the world of social psychology with you.