Program Analyst, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Sam Hunley received his doctorate from Emory University in cognitive psychology. He received his Bachelor of Science in psychology from Furman University in 2012 and his master's in psychology from Emory in 2014. Working with Dr. Stella Lourenco, Sam studies how humans think about and perceive the space immediately surrounding the body, and he is specifically interested in how anxiety and phobic fears affect the way we see the space around us. Sam and Dr. Lourenco collaborate to write articles for Anxiety.org. He is currently a Program Analyst - Food and Nutrition Service, Food Distribution Division at the United States Department of Agriculture from which he was named a 2017 Presidential Management Fellow.
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