- Corey Keyes
- BA in Pscyhology, Davidson College, 1999
MS in Human-Computer Interaction, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2000
- MA in Experimental Pscyhology, College of William and Mary, 2012
- MA in Sociology, Emory University, 2016
- PhD in Sociology, Emory University, 2017
- General Research Areas
- Well-Being, Mental Health, Social Psychology, Social Cognition
- Selected Publications
- Chris C. Martin. 2017. "Stereotypes Violate the Postmodern Construction of Personal Autonomy." [Invited Commentary]. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
- Kathryn M. Yount, Stephanie Miedema, Chris C. Martin, AliceAnn Crandall and Ruchira T. Naved. 2016. "Men’s Coercive Control, Partner Violence Perpetration, and Life Satisfaction in Bangladesh." Sex Roles 74: 450–463.
- Chris C. Martin. 2016. "How Ideology Has Hindered Sociological Insight." The American Sociologist 47: 115–130. doi: 10.1007/s12108-015-9263-z
- Chris C. Martin and Corey L.M. Keyes. 2015. "Investigating the Goldilocks Hypothesis: The Non-Linear Impact of Positive Trait Change on Well-Being." PLOS ONE 10(7).
- Corey L.M. Keyes, Kenneth S. Kendler, John M. Myers, and Chris C. Martin. 2015. "The Genetic Overlap and Distinctiveness of Flourishing and the Big Five Personality Traits." Journal of Happiness Studies 16: 655–668.
- Chris C. Martin and John B. Nezlek. 2014. "The White Ceiling Heuristic and the Underestimation of Asian-American Income." PLOS ONE 9(9).