Matthew Baldwin

Matthew Baldwin

Hello! My name is Matt Baldwin and I received my Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Kansas, and then spent four years as a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Cologne's Social Cognition Center. I am now an Assistant Professor at the University of Florida and the current Editor in Chief for In-Mind Magazine. My research explores the dynamic interactions among the self, the mind, and the social worlds that people inhabit. Some topics include political ideology, social and temporal comparison, and identity. You can read more about our lab here: www.selfmindsociety.com.In my free time I like to play ultimate frisbee, fish, drink lots of coffee, and spend time at the ocean with my lovely fiance. I can be reached at baldwin.inmind@gmail.com.

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

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 Additionally, she examines how group representations that are outdated and/or erroneous, or misperceived to be outdated, affect behavioral attributes and stereotypes of American Indian and Alaska Native people.Amanda is an Associate Editor and a blog coordinator for In-Mind.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.

Andreas Burger

Andreas Burger

Andreas Burger is an associate editor for In-Mind and a postdoctoral researcher in health psychology at the KU Leuven in Belgium. His research focuses on cognitive and affective effects of non-invasive neurostimulation in humans. Specifically, he is interested in studying whether transcutaneous stimulation of the vagus nerve can accelerate safety learning in anxious individuals. He is also very interested in sleep, bright light therapy, open science, and statistics. Andreas can be reached at andreas.burger@kuleuven.be.

Marlene Werner

Marlene Werner

Marlene Werner is a graduated Master’s student of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Methods at the University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Netherlands. She is a past clinical intern and future Ph.D. at the Department of Sexology and Psychosomatic Gynaecology at the UMC (Location Academic Medical Center), Amsterdam, the Netherlands, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ellen Laan. The Ph.D. project will focus on the sexual health of women who have received chemotherapy due to gynaecological cancer. Marlene’s research interests span sexology and (psychological) research methods. She is fascinated by the question of how to best conceptualize the nature and interplay of sexual desire, sexual pleasure, and sexual function.

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