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Northern Arizona University
PhD 2011 Saint Louis University
Personal & professional interests
Daniel Weidler has been a lecturer in the psychology department at NAU for the past two years. His central professional focus is teaching. He enjoys the challenge and reward of engaging students in learning new perspectives and stimulating productive discussion in the classroom.
Dr. Weidler's current research examines how close relationship affect the self-concept and the cognitive structure of the self. In addition, he enjoys getting involved with students outside of the classroom through organizations such Psi Chi/Psychology Club and the Psychology Learning Communities at NAU.
In his spare time, Dr. Weidler enjoys cooking, music, movies, and reading.
- Weidler, D. J. & Clark, E. M. (under review). Development of the expanded inclusion of other in the self scale for romantic relationships.
- Weidler, D. J. & Clark, E. M. (2011). A distinct association: Inclusion of other in the self and self-disclosure. The New School Psychology Bulletin.
Dr. Weidler is teaching courses in group behavior and social psychology of self and identity. He also teaches courses in research methods and statistics.