Psychology

Psychology

Gregory Webster

Gregory Webster

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R. David Thomas Endowed Professor in Psychology, Director of Web Lab

Dr. Webster’s Web lab is a personality and social psychology research laboratory. It specializes in a broad range of research areas within personality and social psychology with an emphasis on analyzing large, pre-existing data sets.

The research areas the lab currently focuses on are:

  • Personality traits (Big Five, Dark Triad, aggression)

  • Personality perception of strangers & fictional characters

  • Romantic and sexual relationships Intensive data analysis of large, pre-existing data sets ​

  • Novel applications of cutting-edge data collection and analytic methods to social–personality psychology: Meta-analysis Measurement models

  • Social network analysis

  • Advanced regression techniques

 

Natalie Ebner

Natalie Ebner

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Professor, Director of the Social-Cognitive & Affective Development (Ebner) Lab

Prior to joining UF, Dr. Ebner completed post-doctoral fellowships at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, Germany, and at Yale University, where she also worked as Associate Research Scientist. Her Lab conducts research on social-cognitive and affective development in adulthood using behavioral, pharmacological, and neuroimaging methodologies and pursues the long-term goal of developing viable treatments towards functional improvement in the elderly. Our work is important from a developmental perspective, qualifies general theories of memory and decision making, and has practical implications for social interactions and health in aging..