Randi Doyle, Ph.D.
Dr. Doyle is an Assistant Professor of Social Sciences at Minerva Schools at KGI. Her research focuses on the impact of stereotypes on gender differences in performance on math, spatial, and emotional intelligence tasks. She earned her Ph.D. in Experimental and Applied Psychology in 2015 and her B.A. in Psychology in 2009, from the University of New Brunswick, Canada. To learn more about Dr. Doyle’s research, please visit her lab website here.
The research project with which Dr. Doyle has involved Dr. Thompson is funded by a Templeton World Charity Foundation “Diverse Intelligences” Grant and is guided by two main research questions: Can stereotype threat help explain gender differences in EI and can we harness the power of stereotype boosts to improve individuals’ EI?