New researchers join CEPR in January 2024
Assistant Research Scientist Dr. Jessica Campbell is a mixed methods social psychologist with experience in a wide array of contexts, including public health, cognitive, and developmental psychological research.
Dr. Campbell comes to CEPR with 8+ years of research experience and has particular skill in quantitative research methods (e.g., descriptive statistics, regression, ANOVA, MANOVA, EFA, etc.). Her qualitative research skills include developing interview questions, coding, thematic analysis, and disseminating findings. She has significant experience working with large datasets (N = 1,000+) and working alongside researchers, scientists, health professionals, and companies to produce high quality peer-reviewed scientific research as well as relevant reports.
Dr. Campbell has a diverse range of research interests, including exploring themes of romantic and sexual wellness, implicit and explicit attitudes, and cultivating a better understanding of experiences at various intersections of identity. Her recent publications have centered on PrEP uptake and HIV testing in the Midwest, attitudes toward romantic partners’ vaccination status, and the attribution of sexism in U.S. American samples. She finds joy in utilizing her skills to adapt to a wide variety of projects and collaborations.