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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

Select Publications

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