Office Location: Buller Hall 219
BS Andrews University
MA, PhD, Michigan State University
(PhD in Cognitive Psychology)
Karl Bailey is an associate professor of psychology on the campus of Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Mich. He joined the faculty in 2004.
Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Bailey graduated from Andrews University, in 1999, with bachelor of science degrees in psychology and biology. In 2002, he received a master's degree in psychology from Michigan State University, East Lansing.
Bailey earned his doctoral degree in 2004 from Michigan State University. The title of his dissertation is: "Disfluent Speech and the Visual World: An Application of the Visual World Paradigm to the Study of Spoken Language Comprehension."
Bailey is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology, and Beta Beta Beta Biological Society. He was awarded the Michigan State University Distinguished Fellowship from 1999-2004, and was awarded a 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 Faculty Development Grant from Andrews University. He has contributed chapters to volumes and has also published articles in several scholarly journals, including Journal of Memory and Language, as well as Trends in Cognitive Science.
He is married to Rosemary Joy Bauer Bailey. They have a daughter named Lily.
Current Research or Professional Activities:
Language and the Visual World, Visual Attention & Human Cognition; Religious Cognition; Self-Determination Theory; Research Self-Efficacy; Sabbath-Keeping Behavior; Integration of Faith & Learning