About Me

I am a psychology professor currently teaching at Brigham Young University-Idaho.  I have had the opportunity to teach and travel in many parts of the world including at the American University in Cairo, Egypt and Lady Shri Ram College, University of Delhi, India.  My research interests include cultural psychology, theoretical and philosophical issues in psychology, and FACS study of facial movements.

3 Responses to About Me

  1. Hi Bro Whoolery, I had you as a professor at BYUI and was looking for your email address and came upon your blog. I had a question regarding further education in cultural psychology. I have an undergrad in psychology and would ultimately love to teach/work in a field relates to cultural psychology. Do you have any guidance whatsoever of what would be the best way to go about that? Or suggestions of what would be great to do first? I’m open to any advice, whatsoever, thanks so much for your help!

  2. A great article, thank you for sharing such great thoughts.

    I am not sure if you are still updating this blog, however, I wanted to thank you for your Great TEDx talk at RexBurg. I wish you, and your family grace, and great bliss.

  3. Dear Dr. Who,

    I am a serial entrepreneur, world traveler and big fan of your Ted talks currently writing you from Taipei.

    After watching the video about how to loose self-esteem and the idea to start caring about others I had the feeling that this is actually connected to the idea of collectivism, cultural dimension in cross-cultural research to describe the average importance of the groups’ goals for individuals within countries. Difference would be that by collectivists sought group goals still include your own personal goals in some way. What are your thoughts on that?

    I am planning to do my PhD soon in the field of psychology. Do you have any inspiration for research topics in regards to happiness and well-being? I try to connect the topic to the realm of business – likely leadership & HRM or consumer behaviour. I believe ppl have the right to be happy at work and I know this is also good for productivity. More evidence or research about employee happiness improving performance could improve the work situation of employees.

    Thank you & Kind Regards,
    Daniel

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