Professor of Psychology; Department Chair
Office: 425 Hyde Hall
Phone: (603) 535-2468
About Professor Kulig
Dr. John Kulig received his Ph.D. from Dartmouth College, where he specialized in learning and developmental psychology. Since then he has worked in infant psychophysiology and perception. His current interests include social cognition (the false consensus effect), evolutionary psychology and the changing nature of statistical analyses in psychology.
Dr. Kulig teaches courses in measurement, statistics and the history of psychology. He also directs the Psychology Department’s Honors Program and is currently a consulting editor for the undergraduate journal Psi Chi.
Outside of work, Dr. Kulig hikes and skis, enjoys both freshwater and saltwater fishing, and is an avid gardener and cook.
PSDI 2030: Mind, Brain, and Evolution
PS 2100: Measuring Behavior
PS 3140: Statistics in Psychology
PS 4010: History and Systems
PS 4440: Psychological Measurement