Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine
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Daniel K Mroczek, PhD

Daniel K Mroczek, PhD

Professor of Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences/Medical Social Sciences

Focus of Work

Bio

Dan Mroczek’s research focuses on 1.) lifespan personality development, including change, stability, and trajectory models of key traits, 2) the influence of personality – and personality change -- on physical health, mortality, and other important life outcomes (e.g. income/net worth, well-being dimensions).

He also has several methodological interests, in particular multilevel modeling, survival analysis, longitudinal design, secondary and archival data analysis, and integrated data analysis...[Read full text]
Dan Mroczek’s research focuses on 1.) lifespan personality development, including change, stability, and trajectory models of key traits, 2) the influence of personality – and personality change -- on physical health, mortality, and other important life outcomes (e.g. income/net worth, well-being dimensions).

He also has several methodological interests, in particular multilevel modeling, survival analysis, longitudinal design, secondary and archival data analysis, and integrated data analysis (IDA). His research is supported by the National Institute on Aging.[Shorten text]

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Education and Certification

  • PhD: Boston University, Psychology (1992)

Contact

633 N. St Clair, Suite 19-047
Chicago IL 60611

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