Amie M. Gordon, Ph.D., is a social-personality psychologist who takes a dynamic, dyadic approach to investigating the affective, social-cognitive, and biological processes that shape interpersonal relationships. She is driven by the belief that our relationships underscore every aspect of our lives, influencing the health and well-being of individuals, groups, and organizations. In addition to research, Amie gives invited lectures on the science of well-being to a variety of audiences and consults on research design and advanced statistical analysis. Her research has been published in top academic journals as well as featured in popular news outlets such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Business Insider, and The Atlantic. She blogs for Psychology Today in Between You and Me and is a regular contributor to Greater Good magazine. She received her PhD in Social-Personality Psychology from UC Berkeley and her BA in Psychology from UCLA. She is currently completing a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of California, San Francisco.
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