Cooperation is the building block of relationships – whether in wider society, in the classroom, or between a business and its customers. I use research to promote cooperation, even when achieving cooperation is quite difficult. LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daniel-sude-bb372b24/.
OLS Regression (+ mediation and moderation)
Structural Equation Modeling
Confirmatory and Explororatory Factor Analysis
Website Browsing Behavior
Various R packages
Current: Visiting Assitant Professor at the George Washington University
Past: Lecturer and Graduate Teaching Associated at The Ohio State University
Research Methods at GWU (14 BA and 4 MA students)
Industry Research Methods Lab at OSU (108 BA students)
Senior Theses at GWU (30 BA students)
Persuasive Communication at OSU (179 BA students)
Public Speaking at OSU (34 BA students)
Imagining Better Social Media (30 BA students, 3 MA students)
Peer Mentor Award Winner (2020)
Graduate Peer Mentor (2018-2019
For more about the way that I apply psychology, communication, and statistics for my private sector clients, please see the Consultancy tab of this webpage.
I work with my clients to put their ideas about their customers to the test and to design brands that have the “whole customer” in mind.
I am interested not just in studying social processes but in impacting them directly, mitigating unnecessary conflict and promoting cooperation through human-centered UX and media design.
- Ph.D., The Ohio State University, working with Dr. Knobloch-Westerwick and Dr. Garrett.
- Interdisciplinary graduate specialization in Survey Research
- Postdoctoral Fellow for Dr. Dvir-Gvirsman at Tel Aviv University
- M.A. in the Social Sciences, University of Chicago, working with Dr. Rios
- M.A. in Psychology, University of British Columbia working with Dr. Heine
- B.A. w/ honors, Dartmouth College, working with Dr. Endicott and Dr. Welsch
Communication Research; International Journal of Public Opinion Research; Journal of Computer Mediated Communication; Mass Communication and Society; New Media & Society; Media Psychology; Cyberpsychology
Me (Rightmost) and Some Wonderful Collaborators from Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick’s (former) SEMI-ME Lab at OSU!
Socially-Distanced Dissertation Defense
From left to right: Dr. Gerald Kosicki, Dr. Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick (Chair), Dr. Kelly Garrett, Dr. Kristi Williams (Graduate School Observer), Dr. Jason Coronel, and, as of that moment, Dr. Daniel Sude