Ashley Thompson is a social and quantitative psychologist and is currently an assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. She received her MA and PhD degrees in Experimental and Applied Psychology from the University of New Brunswick, Canada.

Ashley’s primary program of research is designed to investigate gender differences in judgment and attitude formation relating to behaviors occurring in interpersonal relationships by adopting social and cognitive psychological theories. To learn more about Ashley’s research, please visit her lab website:

In addition, because of her passion for statistics, research design, and applied research in social and organizational settings, Ashley is the owner and head consultant at Quantistat Solutions. Through her involvement with Quantistat Solutions, Ashley has been fortunate enough to consult on a variety of research projects including a state-wide assessment of the impact of collegiate counselling centres, an investigation of the campus climate at a mid-sized Midwestern university, as well as grant-funded independent faculty research projects.