R. Chris Fraley
Professor of Psychology
R. Chris Fraley's research involves the study of attachment processes in close relationships, personality dynamics and development, and research methods. He is also broadly interested in issues at the interface of social cognition, development, evolution, and psychodynamics.
He received his PhD from the University of California, Davis in 1999 in Social-Personality Psychology. In 2007 he received the American Psychological Association's Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in the area of Individual Differences.
- Ph.D. from University of California, Davis (1999)
- Internet Methods in Psychological Research
- Personality Psychology Lab
- Hudson, Nathan W. "Volitional personality trait change: Can people choose to change their personality traits?." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (2015): 490-507.
- Fraley, R. C., G. I. Roisman, C. Booth-LaForce, M. T. Owen, and A. S. Holland. "Interpersonal and genetic origins of adult attachment styles: A longitudinal study from infancy to early adulthood." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (2013): 8817-838.
- Fraley, R. C., and M. E. Heffernan. " Attachment and parental divorce: A test of the diffusion and sensitive period hypotheses." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2013): 1199-1213.
- Fraley, R. C., G. I. Roisman, and J. D. Haltigan. "The legacy of early experiences in development: Formalizing alternative models of how early experiences are carried forward over time." Developmental Psychology 49 (2013): 109-126.
- Fraley, R. C., and C. M. Tancredy. "Twin and sibling attachment in a nationally representative sample." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (2012): 308-316.
- Fraley, R. C., A. M. Vicary, C. C. Brumbaugh, and G. I. Roisman. "Patterns of stability in adult attachment: An empirical test of two models of continuity and change." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (2011): 974-992.
The project in the west basement corridor is to upgrade the accessibility to Room 23 with powered doors to allow proper ADA access. The next goal is to upgrade the accessibility to the Atrium and Room 142!