Robert Campbell, M.A.
Bob Campbell is an Associate Professor of Psychology and has been teaching at Lourdes University since 1987. After earning a master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from St. Bonaventure University, Bob spent the next three years in the doctoral program at Arizona State University where he studied Social Psychology. At Lourdes Bob teaches Social Psychology, Cognition, Human Learning, Statistics, Experimental Design, and History and Systems in Psychology. His research interests include financial decision making, eyewitness testimony, dishonest behavior, and exploring many of the “predictably irrational” aspects of human behavior. Bob’s personal interests include baseball, baseball, and baseball! Bob and his wife Cathy reside in Sylvania, Ohio.
- M.A., St. Bonaventure University
- B.A., St. Bonaventure University
Areas of Expertise
- Social Cognition
- Social Influence
- Eyewitness Memory
- Decision Making
- It's OK to Change Your Answer: How Educators Can Help Their Students. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association annual conference, Chicago. May 6, 2011.
- Preference for Order as a Mediator of Cognitive Biases in Financial Decision Making. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association annual conference, Chicago. May 4, 2007
- Improving the Correlation Between Accuracy and Confidence for Police Officers Engaged in a Cross-Race Identification Task. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association annual conference, Chicago. May 3, 2003
- American Psychological Association: Division 8 (APA)
- Midwestern Psychological Association (MPA)
- Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP)
- Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM)
Awards and Recognition
- Nominated for outstanding teacher 2013
- Nominated for outstanding teacher 2001
- Nominated for outstanding teacher 1993