Harrison Lynne PhD is a Doctor of Psychology specializing in the areas of personality, cognition, and motivation. She received her Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Arizona State University. During her Masters program she was an active participant in the development of the Gifted Education Association and served as a member of its National Council.
In her personal interests, Harrison focuses on human-computer interactions and their effect on the human mind and behavior. Her area of concentration is in the areas of social psychology, social cognitive processes, interpersonal communication, and organizational psychology. Harrison has been involved in many research projects in these areas. She is interested in studying the interaction of human beings with computers. Her most recent project involved developing a computer game that was designed to simulate emotional engagement. Her academic writing on this topic is available in Psychology Today, Information Age, and Personality and Individual Differences.
In her personal research, she is very interested in studying human beings, their intelligence, and behavior, and their interaction with computers and other humans. Her research also includes her work in the field of information technology and human-computer interaction. Harrison holds a Master of Science in Psychology from Arizona State University. Her PhD in Tucson AZ focuses on the application of theory to personal development and knowledge development. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of Arizona. Her professional interests include studying the nature of human intelligence, social development, social cognitive processes, and interpersonal communication.