Meghan Norris conducts research in the areas of attitudes, persuasion, and social influence. Current research projects focus strength-related dimensions of attitudes such as attitude structure. Research projects explore how such dimensions can lead to various consequences such as biased information processing, and how these dimensions might ultimately relate to states such as psych ache. Research methodologies are also being investigated, and current research is exploring the use of eye-tracking in attitude research. Meghan holds a Ph.D. in Social and Personality Psychology from Queen's University in Ontario, Canada.