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Hunter College Assessment Fellows 2019-2020

Jason Young

Dr. Jason Young is a professor of social psychology in the Department of Psychology at Hunter College—CUNY, where he conducts research on the impact of emotion on judgment and decision-making, including factors producing fear of crime, and the impact of math anxiety on personal spending and saving habitsHis work on student learning and education in recent years has included helping develop projects for CABE, the APA Committee on Associate and Baccalaureate Education, including projects focused on the assessment of psychological learning and a current project aligning employer skillsets with student learning in psychology courses. He is a past president of the Psi Chi Honor Society, a fellow of Division 1 of APA, and a longstanding advocate for more in-depth student advising strategies to facilitate their research and career goals. His teaching interests include Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Attitudes and Persuasion, the Psychology of Prediction, and Evolutionary Psychology.    

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