Daniel J. Kruger
Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Psychology, Loyola University
Dr. Kruger is interested in community-based prevention research aimed at improving health status and reducing morbidity and mortality among populations experiencing a disproportionate share of poor health outcomes. He studies several areas from an evolutionary perspective and conducts basic research as well as implementing practical applications.
Kruger, Daniel J., Moritz Köster, Joseph L. Nedelec, and Shannon F. Murphy. Forthcoming. "A Life History Framework Advances the Understanding of Intentions for Police Cooperation." Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences.
Hales, Andrew H., Maayan Dvir, Eric D. Wesselmann, Daniel J. Kruger, and Catrin Finkenauer. Forthcoming. "Cell phone-induced ostracism threatens fundamental needs." The Journal of Social Psychology.
Kruger, D. J. 2017. "Brief Self-Report Scales Assessing Life History Dimensions of Mating and Parenting Effort." Evolutionary Psychology, 15(1).
Richardson, George B., Blair K. Sanning, Mark H. C. Lai, Lee T. Copping, Patrick H. Hardesty, and Daniel J. Kruger. 2017. "On the Psychometric Study of Human Life History Strategies: State of the Science and Evidence of Two Independent Dimensions." Evolutionary Psychology, 15(1).
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