Hillary Haley

Humanities and Sciences


Dr. Haley is a social psychologist by training, with interests ranging from systemic social inequities, to implicit biases in perception, to the impacts of technology on memory, to everyday experiences of space and time. For the past several years, she has worked in the advertising industry, where she currently leads a behavioral science discipline. In that role, she uses psychological theory and quantitative research to help explore creative questions in the automotive, healthcare, travel, retail, and e-commerce industries. Dr. Haley has also published research in over a dozen academic and industry publications, and has worked as a consultant for a range of startups and small businesses. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Columbia University, and her Ph.D. in Social Psychology, with emphases in Political Psychology and Quantitative Measurement, from UCLA.