Originally from Sunbury, Ohio, Dr. Tamara Daily earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Ohio Wesleyan University in 1988. She pursued her Master’s and Doctoral degrees in Social/Personality Psychology with a specialization in Law Psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln graduating in 1993. Her research interests include the stigma associated with people with mental illness, the impact of stigmatizing images of people with mental illness in media on attitudes and predictions of dangerousness, the use of first person narratives in teaching psychology, stakeholder perceptions of access to the mental health system, and mindfulness. She is currently the Lewis Miller Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Human Development at the University of Mount Union. She lives in Canton, Ohio with her husband, and two daughters.
Feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-823-2457.
Faculty Lecture 2012 (Effect of Program Type & Presence of Public Service Announcements on Attitudes toward People with Mental Illness)
Hearing Voices Study (The Effect of Participation in a Hearing Voices Workshop on Perceptions of People with Mental Illness)