Robin Kowalski, Ph.D.
College of Behavioral, Social and Health Sciences
Contact: 864-656-0348 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is Dr. Kowalski?
Robin Kowalski is a professor in the Department of Psychology. Her current research focuses on bullying and cyberbullying among youth and adults.
For more information, see her Department Profile.
How Dr. Kowalski’s research is transforming health care
Kowalski is on the forefront of research investigating bullying and cyberbullying. Her research focuses on factors leading to bullying, aversive interpersonal behaviors such as teasing and complaining, and bullying prevention and intervention efforts. She also conducts research in on COV ID-19 and has previously studied organ donation and cervical cancer screening.
News and media related to Dr. Kowalski’s research
- 5 tips to help you quiet the chronic complainer in your life - Readers Digest
- Complaining about complaints - News & Tribune
- Complaining is bad for your company, according to science - Business2Community
- What advice do you wish you could give your younger self? - Psychology Today
- How psychology is just catching up with the effects of online hate - The Pulse
- Go ahead and complain. It might be good for you - The New York Times
- What we can learn from the advice we’d offer our younger self - Scientific American
- Life lessons. What advice would you give your younger self - Today Show
- How customer complaints help companies - BBC
- A more effective way to complain - Wall Street Journal
Health Research Expertise Keywords
Psychology, Bullying, Cyberbullying, Courage, Mattering, Organ Donation, Cervical Cancer, Cancer Screening, Women’s Health, Mental Health