Hannah K. Bradshaw is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Washington & Jefferson College, where she teaches classes in introductory psychology, evolutionary psychology, and works with undergraduate students on research projects.
Hannah's research program draws from an evolutionary theoretical framework to understand how interpersonal and ecological cues might affect our evaluations of others in our social world. While she has a wide variety of research interests, she tends to gravitate towards research questions on topics related to disgust sensitivity, women's social relationships, and consumer preferences and behavior.
Her CV can be found here.
When she's not at school, Hannah likes to spend her time reading, knitting, drinking cheap wine, and entertaining her standard poodles, Mephisto and Zappa.