Gretchen Chapman

Chapman-jacket-white backgroundGretchen Chapman is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology in the School of Arts & Sciences, Rutgers University.  Her research combines judgment and decision making with health psychology to examine the decision processes underlying preventive health behaviors such as vaccination.  She is the recipient of an APA early career award and a NJ Psychological Association Distinguished Research Award, and she is a fellow of APA and APS.  She is a former senior editor at Psychological Science, a past president of the Society for Judgment & Decision Making, the author of  more than 100 journal articles, the recipient of 20 years of continuous external funding, a former Department Chair, and a former Acting Co-Director of the Rutgers University Center for Cognitive Science.

Starting September 2017, Dr. Chapman will be Professor of Social & Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University.

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Department of Psychology, Rutgers, the state university of New Jersey