Dr. Kameko Halfmann
B.A. St. Olaf College (2010)
Ph.D. University of Iowa (2015)
- 1130 General Psychology
- 2230 Introduction to Experimental Psychology
- 3430 Physiological Psychology
- 3960 Behavioral Research I
- 3970 Behavioral Research II
My research focuses on economic decision-making patterns in two main groups: younger adults who participate in collision sports and healthy older adults. I am particularly interested in how we construct value and the heuristics, biases, and contexts that impact our judgments. I use behavioral and psychophysiological measures in my research. Check out my lab webpage for more information!
In addition, I research how social and digital media affect learning and attitudes toward learning in higher education. The goal of this work is to determine whether leveraging social and digital media in courses enhances digital literacy and/or encourages students to develop personal learning networks that extend beyond the course.
- Cooking (or trying to)
- Hiking & kayaking
- Spending time with my dogs and partner
- Advocating for women in science