Media Psychology

As a media psychologist, Dr. Durnell offers analysis on the impact technology and media can have on human behavior in the areas of consumer behavior, strategic communications and global social change. As an adjunct faculty teaching graduate students, she focuses on the theoretical basis behind the arguments related to behavioral change and understands the necessity of teaching the complexities of media and technology and its influence on society.  Dr. Durnell is also recognized for building high-performing communication, and social change initiatives in Silicon Valley, at Apple Computer and with innovation-driven start-ups. Dr. Durnell has presented her research at Harvard Medical School, Stanford Medical School, and is a speaker at Amazon Lab126 and at technology (AWE) and psychology (APA) conferences.  She consults with the Department of Defense, and the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) and Joint Staff to promote technology-driven solutions for warfighters.Working with the newly formed World Health Organization’s (WHO) Digital Health Roster of Experts, Dr. Durnell is also involved in strategic approaches in addressing digital health and areas for intervention and adoption of digital health solutions and products.  Her understanding and experience include all areas of technology—digital health, artificial intelligence, virtual and augmented reality, telemedicine and social change and ethics in the technology ecosystem. Dr. Durnell Publication

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