Joanne Broder, Ph.D. is Mom of teenage twin boys, a Fellow of the American Psychologist Association (APA) and media psychologist who writes, coaches, and speaks to lay and professional audiences about bridging the gap between research and practice in media psychology and education. She is currently writing a chapter, Dynamics of Cancel Culture for the forthcoming Handbook of Media Psychology and Technology: The Science and Practice.
She is Past President of the Society of Media Psychology and Technology Division of the APA, where she started the Device Management and Intelligence Committee. Joanne was a founding Editor of the APA peer-reviewed journal, Psychology of Popular Media, and is a long time Psychology Today Magazine blogger, and author of Finish Your Dissertation, Don’t Let it Finish You! Which she used as a textbook when she was a thesis and dissertation advisor at Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia.