Bruce Haslam comes to us from Weber State University, where he is currently a Professor Emeritus of Psychology. He received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Brigham Young University. While at Weber State he was a Research Advisor to the Department of Nursing, advised about a dozen faculty members on their dissertation research, worked jointly on several research projects with other faculty, advised students on research projects and coauthored with students on papers presented.
He has taught Introductory Psychology, Social Psychology, Statistics, Motivation, Industrial/Organization Psychology, Theories of Personality, Human Relationships and Communication, Attitude Measurement and Change, Tests and Measurements, Psychology of Adjustment.
Memberships and organization officer include American Psychological Association, Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Utah Psychological Association, Western Social Science Association, Vice President of WSSA, Social Psychology Section Chair of WSSA, Psi Chi honor society, Rocky Mountain Region Vice President of Psi Chi, International Council of Psychologists, Utah Representative to ICP, Interamerican Society of Psychologists, International Council of Latin American Studies, Council of Teachers of Undergraduate Psychology, regional officer of CTUP, Western Gerontological Society.