Dr. Corinne Novell is a social scientist who studies how people navigate information environments online. In her research, she examines factors that prompt people to avoid available information (e.g., feedback), and the consequences of such avoidance. She also examines the effects of fixed versus growth mindsets in performance and consumer contexts.
Dr. Novell received her PhD in Social Psychology in 2012 from the University of Florida. Since then, she has held both postdoctoral and tenure-track Assistant Professor positions at universities. She currently resides in Orlando, FL, and enjoys writing, photography, and playing tennis.