Jennifer R Sedgewick

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Master of Arts (2015-2017), University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK. Department of Psychology.

Bachelor of Arts (4 year in Studio Arts), University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (2015).  Department of Psychology.

Bachelor of Arts (Honours in Psychology), University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (2014). Department of Psychology.

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Research Interests

  • Marketing aesthetics
  • Aesthetic preferences of art
  • Conceptual metaphor theory and grounded cognition
  • Everyday behavioural asymmetries (i.e., kissing biases)
  • Visual-spatial attention

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Publications.

Sedgewick, J. R., Flath, M. E., & Elias, L. J. (2017). Presenting your Best Self(ie): The Influence of Gender on Vertical Orientation of Selfies on Tinder. Frontiers in Psychology. [link]

Phillips, B., Sedgewick, J. R., Slobodzian, A. (accepted). Spokescharacters in Advertising: An update and extension. Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising.

Sedgewick, J. R. & Elias, L. J. (2016). Family matters: Directionality of turning bias while kissing is modulated by context. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 1-10. [link]

Sedgewick, J. R., Weiers, B., Stewart, A., & Elias, L. J. (2015). The thinker: opposing directionality of lighting bias within sculptural artwork. Frontiers in human neuroscience9. [link]

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Contact Information

Email: Jennifer.Sedgewick@usask.ca

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LinkedIn

Twitter: @JRSedgewick

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