Associate Professor Dept of Psychology, North Dakota State University

Dr. Clay Routledge is a social psychologist and associate professor of Psychology at North Dakota State University. His research focuses on how the need to perceive life as meaningful impacts mental and physical health, close relationships, and intergroup relations. Dr. Routledge is a leading expert on the psychology of nostalgia. He regularly publishes his work in the top psychology journals, recently co-edited a book on the scientific study of meaning in life, and is currently writing a book on the psychology of nostalgia.

Experience

  • 2007–present
    Associate Professor Dept of Psychology, North Dakota State University