Kimdy Le is an associate professor of psychology whose research focuses on the associations between personality and outcomes in the real world as well as processes associated with well-being. For example, recent projects examined how personality traits assessed in adolescence are associated with behavioral outcomes at work in middle adulthood.
He has also studied how temporary positive and negative mood states influence how people think about their goals. He is interested in testing how personality is related to important outcomes and the processes underlying individual differences in positive emotional experience.
Areas of Expertise
Statistics: Descriptive, inferential, social science.