|Sarah Asebedo, Ph.D., CFP®
||With extensive financial planning practitioner experience, Dr. Asebedo's goal is to
connect research and practice with a focus on the relationship between psychological
attributes, financial conflicts, and financial behavior.
|Chris Browning, Ph.D.
||Consumer behavior and financial decision making, retirement planning and policy, cognitive
ability and retirement portfolio management
|John Gilliam, Ph.D., CFP®, ChFC, CLU
||Behavioral characteristics effecting couple's financial risk tolerance, Assessment
of Investment Risk Tolerance, Risk Tolerance and Asset Allocation, Investment Risk
Tolerance and Mental Accounting, Behavioral Finance, Intra-cohort differences among
|Michael Guillemette, Ph.D., CFP®
||Risk management, insurance, behavioral finance
|Vickie Hampton, Ph.D., CFP®
||Career development and related issues in the financial planning profession, determinants
of success on the CFP® Certification Examination, and financial planning guidelines
and benchmarks for measuring financial well being of families
|Sandra Huston, Ph.D.
||Financial Education/Financial Literacy, Investment behavior using the Surveys of Consumer
Finances and the National Longitudinal Surveys of Youth.
|Russell N. James III, Ph.D., J.D., CFP®
||Charitable giving (inter vivos and testamentary)
|Charlene Kalenkoski, Ph.D., CFP®
||The Allocation of Time; Household Decision Making from an Economics Perspective; Education;
|Donald Lacombe, Ph.D.
||The application of various econometric techniques to research questions in all areas
of personal financial planning.
|Mitzi K. Lauderdale, J.D., CFP®
||Special Needs Planning, Planned Giving Strategies, Philanthropy, and Estate and Tax
|Miranda Reiter, Ph.D., CFP®
||Race, gender, and diversity in financial planning; consumer financial behavior
|John Salter, Ph.D., CFP®, AIFA®
||Post-retirement issues and income management, Determinants of success on the CFP®