Daniel J. Kruger
Research Investigator, Population Studies Center.
Ph.D., Psychology, Loyola University
Research Interests: 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.
Fleming, Paul J., William D. Lopez, Charo Ledon, Mikel Llanes, Adreanne Waller, Melanie Harner, Ramiro Martinez, and Daniel J. Kruger. 2019. "'I'm going to look for you and take your kids': Reproductive justice in the context of immigration enforcement." PLOS ONE, 14(6): e0217898.
Kruger, Daniel J., and Jessica S. Kruger. 2019. "Medical Cannabis Users' Comparisons between Medical Cannabis and Mainstream Medicine." Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 51(1): 31-36.
Kruger, Daniel J., Heitor B. F. Fernandes, Suzanne Cupal, and Gregory G. Homish. 2019. "Life history variation and the preparedness paradox." Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 13(3): 242-253.
Kruger, Daniel J., Michele M. Day, Ailiya Duan, Anna M. Heyblom, Dora Juhasz, Stephanie L. Misevich, Camille V. Phaneuf, Claire M. Saunders, et al. 2019. "You Can't Root for Both Teams!: Convergent Evidence for the Unidirectionality of Group Loyalty." Evolutionary Psychological Science, 5(2): 199-212.
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