Jay Dill

Contributing Faculty
College of Psychology and Community Services
School of Psychology
Ph.D. Psychology

Jay Dill earned a degree in social psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1997 and has been teaching since then. He teaches courses in the areas of social psychology, social cognition, attitudes and personality and has published in the areas of motivation, attribution, social inference and aggression. His current interests focus on the neural correlates of the meditative state and neurostimulation and neurofeedback techniques that can enhance the meditative process.

Courses Taught

PSYC 8252 - Themes & Theories of Psychology

PSYC 8296 - Social Cognition & Attitudes


PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia

MA, University of Missouri-Columbia

BS, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Public Service

Meals on Wheels, Volunteer -


Roberts, D., Dill, J., Borckardt, J., Sola, E., Kroeger, M., Short, B. (2011). Within Session Variability of TMS Derived Recruitment Curves in Normal Subjects. Clinical Neurophysiology


Dill, J., Krull, D. S., Erickson, D. (1995). When Do Spontaneous Inferences Occur?: An Investigation of Dispositionally Focused and Situationally Focused Perceivers.