Canetto focuses on diversity issues in suicidal behaviors and hastened death, aging and end-of-life, as well as cultural norms, stereotypes and narratives of men’s and women’s interest, persistence and success in STEM fields.
Cleary researches human memory; specifically, people’s ability to show memory when they experience retrieval failure. Among her interests are déjà vu, familiarity, tip-of-the-tongue experiences, and the science of learning.
Davies, director of the Brainwaves Research Laboratory at CSU, focuses on understanding the development of neurophysiological mechanisms that underlie cognitive and motor behaviors in children with and without disorders.
Dik focuses on vocational psychology — a sense of calling in the work role; meaning, purpose, religion and spirituality in career development; vocational interest measurement; and computer-assisted career development interventions.
Fisher, assistant vice president for strategic initiatives in the Office of the Vice President for Research, focuses on using analytical and materials chemistry methods to understand chemical vapor deposition and plasma-enhanced CVD processes.