Media psychologist, Fielding University

Jerri Lynn is a media psychologist, 2015 president for the American Psychological Associations’ Society for Media Psychology and Technology, and author of the soon to be released books, The Science of Audience Engagement and Mad Men Unzipped.

Passionate about social media, technology, and digital environments, Hogg researches and consults on how we communicate, connect, and find balance in changing environments. As a psychologist she applies theory, practice, and research to humanizing the technological landscape and digital experience.

Hogg is a faculty member of Fielding Graduate University’s Media Psychology program and a senior research fellow at the Media Psychology Research Center, a research and consulting organization helping companies create positive and effective media, messaging, and technology. Hogg is also an international presenter and consultant examining the cultural influence on human behavior and digital media, virtual communities and worlds, connection through social media communities, the psychology behind effective communication design, new and changing learning communities, and how to create solid user experience design.

Jerri Lynn was recently a judge for the annual SoMe Awards (Social Media).  You can find her on Twitter @HoggJL. She also authors a blog for Psychology Today.com called “The Digital Life”.

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