Dr. Wagge teaches courses in cognition, research methods, cultural psychology, drugs and behavior, and general psychology in the undergraduate and graduate programs. Her research interests include visual perception, psychophysical methods, and pedagogy. She runs the Cognition Laboratory and is excited about working with students in a research setting. Dr. Wagge’s current research involves examining environmental contributions to shifts in belief as well as the effects of current states and motivations on eating behaviors and choices.
Jordan Wagge, Ph.D.
B.S., Northern Kentucky University Ph.D., Miami University (Oxford, OH)