Cory Costello is a postdoctoral fellow in the Emotion and Self-Control Lab (PI: Ethan Kross) at University of Michigan, Department of Psychology. His research interests include Personality (who we are), Interpersonal Perception (what people think about us), Reputations (what people say and hear about us), how these are manifest in online environments, and the extent to which they’re recoverable from digital footprints. He combines survey, experimental, and data scientific methods in pursuit of these interests. He is an open science and R enthusiast. His methodological interests include social network analysis, predictive modelling / machine learning, text analysis, structural equation modelling, hierarchical linear modelling.
PhD in Personality/Social Psychology, 2020
University of Oregon
MA in Psychology, 2014
Wake Forest University
BA in Psychology, 2012
New College of Florida (The State's Honors College)