Matthew Baldwin

Matthew Baldwin

Matthew Baldwin received his Ph.D. Social Psychology from the University of Kansas, and is currently a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Cologne. He is the current Editor in Chief for In-Mind Magazine. Matthew's research explores how temporal frames, mindsets, and comparisons shape the way people perceive the self and process social information.

On the side, Matthew is also interested in various aspects of the self, such as how people come to feel authentic and how they make meaning in life. You can visit his personal Research Gate page here.

He also enjoys surfing, ultimate frisbee, fishing, pour-over coffee, and spending time at the ocean. Feel free to talk to him about any of these things!

Matthew can be reached at baldwin.inmind@gmail.com

Lucas Keefer

Lucas Keefer

Lucas Keefer is an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern Mississippi. His research interests include conceptual metaphor and existential psychology. He can be reached directly at l.keefer@in-mind.org. ResearchGatePersonal Site

Dylan Selterman

Dylan Selterman

Dylan Selterman received his Ph.D. in Social/Health Psychology from Stony Brook University in 2011. His research interests include: a) interpersonal relationships, b) patterns of dreaming, c) romantic attraction and sexual behavior, and d) morals and ethics. Dr. Selterman has published original research in The Journal of Sex Research, Social Psychological and Personality Science, Personal Relationships, the Journal of Social and Personal RelationshipsAttachment and Human DevelopmentMotivation and Emotion, and Dreaming. He is currently on the board for the International Association for Relationships Research, and also on the editorial board for Personal Relationships and the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

Reine van der Wal

Reine van der Wal

Reine van der Wal is one of the founding members of the In-Mind Foundation and also its secretary. She completed her Research Masters in Social & Health Psychology at Utrecht University. Currently, Reine works as a Ph.D. student at Radboud University Nijmegen under supervision of Dr. Johan Karremans. Her research interests revolve around interpersonal relationships, self-regulation processes, emotion, and attention. E-mail: r.vd.wal@in-mind.org

Emir Efendic

Emir Efendic

Emir received his PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Bordeaux in 2017. His work is mainly in the field of judgment and decision making with a special focus on affective influences on decisions, the deliberative vs. automatic/intuitive processes behind decision making. He is currently a Post-doc at the Technology University of Eindhoven where he works on understanding when and why people fail to rely on decision support systems and algorithms. For more details on Emir’s work you can check out his website: emirefendic.com.

Eiko Fried

Eiko Fried

Eiko Fried graduated in Clinical Psychology at the Free University of Berlin, in close collaboration with the University of Michigan. After a 2-year stay as a postdoctoral researcher at the Quantitative Psychology group at KU Leuven in Belgium, he now works in the Psychological Methods group at the University of Amsterdam. He drinks lots of coffee, uses fast computers, and is humbled to get to work with many fantastic people from all over the world.
 
Eiko’s main interest lies in studying individual symptoms of mental disorders and their network configurations, and he has published conceptual and empirical papers on mental disorders as complex dynamical systems (depression, bereavement, substance abuse, PTSD, generalized anxiety disorder). He has also written a number of tutorial papers that aim to help clinical researchers overcome statistical hurdles, and has published on the psychometrics, measurement, nosology, and ontology of mental disorders. 
 
When he is not working, he enjoys taking and post-processing photographs, traveling, singing, cooking, reading, and boardgames. 

Crystal Steltenpohl

Crystal Steltenpohl

Crystal Steltenpohl is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Southern Indiana. She researches the way people interact with and through technology. Her community-social psychology lab, Online Technologies Lab, is currently researching the fighting game community. She is also the chair of the Community Building and Network Expansion Committee of the Psychological Science Accelerator.

Amanda Sesko

Amanda Sesko

Amanda Sesko is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Alaska Southeast.  She received her Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in 2011. Her research focuses on stereotyping, prejudice, and social judgment with an emphasis on intersections of social categories and underrepresented groups.

In her primary line of research she is investigates the processes and outcomes of invisibility as a unique form of discrimination that may be experienced by groups that do not fit gender and race prototypes – e.g., Black women. Additionally, she examines how group representations that are outdated and/or erroneous, or misperceived to be outdated, affect behavioral attributes and stereotypes of American Indian and Alaska Native people.

Amanda is an Associate Editor and a blog coordinator for In-Mind. You can contact her directly at aksesko@alaska.edu

 

Mitch Brown

Mitch Brown

Mitch Brown is an Associate Editor for In-Mind.org and a doctoral candidate in experimental psychology at The University of Southern Mississippi. He previously earned a master's degree in psychology at University of Dayton. Mitch's research is in evolutionary psychology, particularly as it relates to the contextual factors contributing to mate preferences and the adaptive utility of inferring personality through facial structures.

Rosine Rutten

Rosine Rutten

Rosine has earned master's degrees in human decision science and organizational psychology in 2015 at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. For the last two years she worked as a researcher in business psychology at KU Leuven, Belgium. She has recently started working on a sustainable employability project at Maastricht University. Next to that, she is involved in research on organizational characteristics and moral/social behavior. Rosine is an associated editor for In-Mind.

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