Willard Rodgers. 1966. Thesis: Thiamine specific hunger. Current Position: Senior Research Fellow, ISR, University of Michigan (retired)
Bennett G. Galef, Jr. 1968 Thesis: Aggression and Timidity: A Comparison of Responses to Novelty in Feral and Domesticated Norway Rat. Current position: Professor of Psychology, McMaster University.
James W. Kalat. 1972. Thesis: The CS-US Delay Gradient as a Learning Curve. Current: Professor of Psychology, North Carolina State University. Major textbook author.
Morris Moscovitch, 1972. Thesis: Using Reaction Time to Assess the Verbal Abilities of the Normal Minor Hemisphere. Currently: Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto.
I. Jill Moscovitch 1973 Thesis: How Young Children Represent and Reproduce Organized Visual Materials: Accounting for Difficulty in Drawing an Array of Seriated Sticks. (co-sponsored with Rochel Gelman). Currently: Neuropsychology practice.
James McClelland 1974. Thesis: The Role of Preliminary Letter Recognition in Perception of Words and Non-Words. Current Position: Professor of Psychology, Stanford University.
April E. Fallon. 1981. Thesis: The Development of Disgust and Other Types of Food Rejections in Children. Currently: Professor of Psychology, Fielding University
Marcia Levin Pelchat. 1982. Thesis: Avoidance and Aversion: Mechanisms for the Production of The Development of Disgust and Other Types of Food Rejections (co-sponsored with Harvey J. Grill). Currently: Associate Member, Monell Center for the Study of Chemical Senses, Philadelphia
Carol J. Nemeroff. 1988. Thesis: Contagion and the transfer of essence. Currently: Professor. University of Southern Maine
Adam Cohen. 2000. Thesis: Religion and the morality of mentality. Currently: Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University
Jane Kauer. 2002. Thesis: The Range and Variation of Human Food Selection: Adult Picky Eating. (cosponsored with Marcia Pelchat). Currently: Lecturer in Anthropologu, University of Pennsylvania
Sophia Moskalenko. 2004. Group identification, perception of control and fear of death: the control hypothesis of group identification (co-sponsored with Clark R. McCauley). Currently: Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (NC-START).
Julia Hormes. 2009. Chocolate craving. Currently: Assistant Professor of Psychology, State University of New York, Albany
Andrew B. Geier 2008 Thesis: Unit bias. Current: Deceased
Hana Zickgraf. 2017. Dissertation: Picky eating and ARFID
Sydney Scott. 2017. Thesis: The nature of natural. Current: Assistant Professor of Marketing. Washington University
Undergraduate Research students (selected), primarily those who went on in Psychology
Norman T. Adler 1961 (Harvard) Thesis: Conditioning of an Innate rleasing mechanism. Current Position: University Professor of Psychology. Yeshiva University (Deceased)
Amy Wrzesniewski 1996 Thesis: Jobs, careers and callings: A tripartite categorization of people’s relations to their work. Currently: Professor of Management, Yale University.
Maureen Markwith 1989 Thesis: The sympathetic magical law of similarity, nominal realism and the neglect of negatives in response to negative labels. Current: Law
Lina Cherfas 2006 Thesis: The framing of atrocities: Documenting the wide variation in aversion to Germans and German related activities among Holocaust survivors.
Sharon Wolf. 2007. Thesis: Attachment to National and Sacred Land and its relation to personal land attachment and contagion. Currently: Assistant Professor of Education, University of Pennsylvania
Jennifer Stellar. 2009. Posthumous events affect rated quality and happiness of life. Currently: Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Toronto.
Abigail Rosenstein Remick 2009 Thesis: Broad themes of difference between French and Americans in food and other domains
Post-doctoral Fellows and Other Students
Ronald J. Diamond. 1972-1974. Graduate student. Memory priming in amnesics. Current: Professor of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin.
John Jonides. 1973-1975. Graduate Student. Textbook Lab Manual, Imaging. Current: Professor of Psychology, University of Michigan.
Denra Zellner. 1981-1983; Acquisition of food preferences. Current: Professor of Psychology, Montclair State University.
Jonathan Haidt 1900-1994. Disgust and Morality
Matthew Ruby 2013-2016. Psychology of meat.
Henry Gleitman. Professor of Psychology. University of Pennsylvania (Deceased). Memory, Teaching of Psychology
Lila Gleitman. Professor of Psychology. University of Pennsylvania. Reading acquisition.
Patricia Pliner. Professor of Psychology. University of Toronto. Human food choice.
Claude Fischler. Professor of Sociology. C.N. R. S., Paris, France. Food choice in France and the United States
Gudrun Sproesser. Post-doctoral Fellow. Department of Psychology. University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany. Ten-country study of motives for food choice, meaning of food in life, attitudes to meat and natural.
Britta Renner. Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany. Ten-country study of motives for food choice, meaning of food in life, attitudes to meat and natural.
Harald Schupp. Professor of Psychology. Department of Psychology, University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany. Ten-country study of motives for food choice, meaning of food in life, attitudes to meat and natural.
Cristine Legare. Collabortor. Associate Professor of Psychology. University of Texas, Austin
Advisors, Intellectual Models, Lineage
Jean Mayer. Dissertation Advisor. Professor of Nutrition. Harvard University School of Public Health.
Claude Bernard. Academic Great Great Grandfather.(Great Grandfather of Jean Mayer). 19th Century French Physiologist
Curt Richter. Inspiration for early work on animal and human food choice. Professor Physiology, Johns Hopkins University.
Solomon Asch. Inspiration for later work on social and cultural psychology. Professor of Psychology, Swarthmore College, later, University of Pennsylvania