Jamie Barden has been on the Howard University faculty since receiving his Ph.D. from Ohio State University in 2005. His research focuses on the diverse processes underlying evaluative judgments, ranging from the least thoughtful automatic processes to the most thoughtful meta-cognitive processes. A second theme reflects his interest in the implications of placing the self and others into social categories. Much of his research reflects the intersection of these themes.
Dr. Barden has published in JPSP, JESP and PSPB. His research is currently supported by the National Science Foundation and he is Co-Director of the Howard-NAEP Statistics and Evaluation Institute which is fully supported by Educational Testing Service (ETS). He is a past Associate Editor at Basic and Applied Social Psychology.
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