Bryan Tyner is a behavioral scientist, research strategist, and instructional designer. He earned his Ph.D. in behavioral psychology from the City University of New York (CUNY) Graduate Center and holds master’s degrees in psychology and philosophy, a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and a certificate in advanced social research methods. Professor Tyner has nearly a decade of experience teaching courses on research design, data analysis, industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology, organizational behavior management (OBM), leadership, and other topics.
In addition to teaching, Professor Tyner owns an independent consultancy that conducts a wide range of research in user experience (UX), usability, marketing, instructional design, product design, and consumer behavior. He also advises on research operations and processes and the creation and development of research teams including training and mentorship for research methods, data analysis, scientific writing, and the presentation of findings.