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About Denise A. Baker

The broader theme of Dr. Baker's research is "Psychology, Technology, and Society, " with a specific focus on investigating biases in decision making associated with public perceptions of science and technology. Her present research explores the use of biosensors in smart systems technologies and how these systems impact human decision making, behavior, and attitudes, approaching this work from both an experimental framework and an ethics framework grounded in public policy. The research being conducted in Dr. Baker's lab is specifically relevant within domains such as Human Factors Engineering; Social & Cognitive Psychology, Engineering Management, and Computer Engineering.

Positions

August 2016 - Present Assistant Professor of Psychological Science, Missouri University of Science and Technology Psychological Science
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Education

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2016 Ph.D. in Human and Social Dimension of Science and Technology, Arizona State University
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2012 M.S. in Psychology, Arizona State University
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2010 B.S. in Psychology, Arizona State University
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Contact Information

136 Humanities-Social Sciences
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Rolla, MO 65409

(573) 341-4937

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Research Works (9)