College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
School of Psychology
Brandon Cosley received his PhD in 2011 from the University of Maine in Research Psychology. His areas of emphasis included social, biological, and quantitative psychology. His primary area of research was related to stereotyping, stress, artificial intelligence, and community empowerment. Brandon currently serves as manager of the data science center of excellence in the healthcare industry.
Brandon has received awards for his work in both data science and psychology and given invited talks all over the world.
PSYC 8247 - Social Psychology
PhD, University of Maine
Awards / Honors
Pinnacle, BlueCross BlueShield, 2017
Cosley, B. J., McCoy, S., Saslow, L., Epel, E. (2010). Is compassion for others stress buffering? Consequences of compassion and social support for physiological reactivity to stress. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
Cosley, B. J., McCoy, S. K., Gardner, S. K. (2017). Collaborative voice: Examining the role of voice in interdisciplinary collaboration. International Journal of Organization Theory \& Behavior.
Carlucci, J. G., Farooq, S. A., Sizemore, L., Rickles, M., Cosley, B. J., McCormack, L., Wester, C. (2017). Low hepatitis C antibody screening rates among an insured population of Tennessean Baby Boomers. Plos one.
Cosley, B. J. (2016). Access to healthcare: Analytics to Action. . Teradata.
Cosley, B. J., Bouchard, R., McCoy, S., Wellman, J., Newell, E. (2008). Is ideology Palliative? Investigating the role of meritocracy in the wellbeing of low status groups.