Jordan Peterson, Ph.D.
Dr. Jordan Peterson is a clinical psychologist and Professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, a post he has occupied since 1998. He previously served as a professor at Harvard University. Dr. Peterson has authored two books, and authored or co-authored more than 80 academic research articles on a wide-variety of psychological topics.
Dr. Peterson has a B.S. from the University of Alberta and a Ph.D. from McGill University.
Daniel Higgins, Ph.D.
Daniel Higgins has a dual background in experimental psychology and software development. His research has focused on the role of cognition and personality traits in workplace and academic performance. His expertise in the statistical models underlying psychological assessment coupled with his knowledge of modern web technologies makes him particularly suited to bringing psychological instruments to the web. He has been doing this since 1997.
Dr. Higgins has a B.A.I. in Civil Engineering from Trinity College, Dublin, an M.Sc. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Harvard University.
Robert Pihl, Ph.D.
Robert Pihl is a professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at McGill University, a post he has occupied since 1979. Dr. Pihl is recognized as a leader in his field, having authored or co-authored more than 250 academic research papers and received multiple awards including the 2009 Canadian Psychological Association's Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Lifetime Contributions to Canadian Psychology and the National Patient Safety Award from the Drug Safety Institute in 2013.
Dr. Pihl has a B.A. from Lawrence University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Arizona State University.