Curtis R. Brant, Ph.D.
Curtis R. Brant, Ph.D. is Chief Scientist of the Johll Consulting Group. He has served as an Associate Professor of Psychology and has lectured nationally and internationally. He earned his B.A. in Psychology from Kent State University and Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Bowling Green State University. His concentration while at Bowling Green was in Decision-Making and Quantitative Analyses. Dr. Brant’s areas of expertise lie in research, program development, and assessment. He has employed many unique measurement designs, such as “policy capturing” which is a powerful technique used to assess individuals’ judgments and attitudes in a variety of situations. Most recently, he co-directed an international study examining how people coped with the terrorist attacks of September 11th. His research has been featured on National Public Radio, PBS television, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, and APA Monitor. He has authored over 30 scientific publications/presentations, received several grants, and has been awarded for his research and innovative teaching.