Department of Psychology (PSY)
PhD, Stanford University
Dr. Hatfield is especially interested in working with students who are interested in conducting experiments on love, sex, and emotional contagion and who have strong backgrounds in computer analyses and statistical methods. Dr. Elaine Hatfield is a member of the Social Psychology Concentration. Her research interests include social psychology, emotions, emotional contagion, love, and human sexuality.
I teach a variety of classes: Psychology 459W (Social Psychology: Advanced topics); Psychology 459O (Social Psychology: Advanced topics); Psychology 499 (Directed Reading and Research), Psychology 656 (The Social Psychology of Love and Sex); Psychology 653 (Seminar in cross-cultural psychology); and Psychology 654 (Special Topics: Forensic sciences).
PSY 89026 (Spring 2013) : Applied Psychology: Forensic Sciences - Download
Past president of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex (SSSS). (2013)
The Association of Psychological William James Award for a lifetime of scientific achievement. (2012)
The Alfred C. Kinsey Award. Society for the Scientific Study of Sex (SSSS). Mid-continent Region. (1998)
Distinguished Scientist Award from the Society for the Scientific Study of Sex (1995)
Distinguished Scientist Award of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology (1994)
Society for the Scientific Study of Sex (SSSS) Award for Distinguished Scientific Achievement (1994)
Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP) Distinguished Scientist Award (1993)