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Brianna Middlewood

Decision Scientist

Professional experience

    • Decision Scientist, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
    • Graduate Assistant, The Pennsylvania State University
    • Consultant, Stat-help.com

        Education

          • Ph.D. in Social Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University
          • M.S. in Social Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University
          • B.S. in Psychology and Sociology, Grand Valley State University

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              Publication date

              2018

              Citation information

              Middlewood BL, Chin A., Johnson H, Knoll MAZ. (2018). Exploring the relationships between impatience, savings automation, and financial welfare. Financial Planning Review, 1:e1020

              Publication Date

              September 2016

              Citation Information

              Brianna Middlewood and J. Gallegos, K. Gasper. "Embracing the unusual: Feeling tired and happy is associated with greater acceptance of atypical ideas" Creativity Research Journal, (2016). 

              Author contact info

              Brianna.Middlewood@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              March 2014

              Citation Information

              Brianna Middlewood and K. Gasper "Making information matter: Symmetrically appealing layouts promote issue relevance, which facilitates action and attention to argument quality" Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 53 (2014). 

              Author contact info

              Brianna.Middlewood@cfpb.gov

              Publication Date

              December 2013

              Citation Information

              Karen Gasper, and B. Middlewood. "Approaching novel thoughts: Understanding why elation and boredom promote associative thought more than distress and relaxation" Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, vol. 52 (2013). 

              Author contact info

              Brianna.Middlewood@cfpb.gov