Nathaniel D. Krumdick, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


Midwestern University
College of Health Sciences
Department of Behavioral Medicine
Alumni Hall 350C
555 31st Street
Downers Grove, IL 60515

Office: (630) 515-6210
e-mail: nkrumd@midwestern.edu

 

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. Applied Social Psychology Loyola University Chicago 2008
M.A. Applied Social Psychology Loyola University Chicago 2004
B.A. Psychology Lewis University 1999


RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Broadly speaking, my research can be categorized into two different domains: social cognition and interprofessional issues and collaboration:

Social Cognition
  • Psychological determinants of prejudice
  • Linguistic style and social information processing
  • Political impression formation
  • Perceptions of civil liberty in response to health threats

Interprofessional Issues and Collaboration 

  • Faculty participation in interprofessional education
  • Professional attitudes and behaviors in healthcare students
  • Implementation of RtI
  • Use of evidence based dentistry among faculty

  

Selected Publications

Ciancio, M.J., Lee, M.M., Krumdick, N.D., Lencioni, C., & Kanjirath, P. (accepted December, 2014). Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, and Use of EBD Among Faculty Facilitators. Poster to be presented at the 2015 IADR/AADR/CADR General Session and Exhibition, Boston, Massachusetts.
Cahill, S., Krumdick, N.D., Lee, M. (October, 2014) Rural School OTs in RtI: Doing More with Less? Research Platform presented at the Illinois Occupational Therapy Association annual conference, Lisle, IL.
Petrides, J., Lee, M.M., Krumdick, N.D., & Freeman, A.  (August, 2014). Attitudes towards mental health and mental health seeking behaviors in GreekAmericans. Poster to be presented to the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
Cahill, S., McGuire, B., Krumdick, N.D, & Lee, M. (2014). A national survey of occupational therapy practitioners' involvement in Response to Intervention.  American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68, e234-e240.
Gunn, J., Conroy, C., Ciancio, M., Knecht-Sabres, L., Jaskowlski, J.,  Lee, M.M., Krumdick, N.D., & Tappert, S. (October, 2013).  Faculty change in readiness to participate in interprofessional education.  Poster presented at the annual conference of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professionals, Orlando, FL.
Noronha, S., Anderson, D., Lee, M.M., Krumdick, N.D., Workman, G.M., Irwin, K., Burton-Hess, J., Wallingford, M., & Ciancio, M. (October, 2013). Self Assessment of Professionalism Attitudes and Behaviors in Physician Assistant (PA), Physical Therapist (PT), Occupational Therapist (OT), Behavioral Medicine (BM) and Biomedical Sciences (BMS) Students at the Start and End of the First Didactic Year: A Multidisciplinary Study. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Physician Assistant Education Association, Memphis, TN. 
Hart, W., Ottati, V.C., & Krumdick, N.D. (2011). Physical attractiveness and candidate evaluation: A model of correction. Political Psychology, 32(2), 181-203.

 

CURRENT TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Department of Behavioral Medicine

PSYC 1510: Statistics I

PSYC 1554: Social and Cultural Bases of Behavior

PSYC 1611: Advanced Statistics and Research Methods

PSYC 1680: Research Seminar

PSYC 1746: Advanced Social and Cultural Bases of Behavior

 

Doctor of Health Science Program

DHSC 1607:  Statistics for Clinical Research

 

Biomedical Science Program

BISC 0527: Principles of Biostatistics