I am an assistant professor in the Department of Communication at Michigan State University, specializing in media entertainment and enjoyment. My research and teaching are in the areas of media psychology, media entertainment, and media processing. My work has been featured in multiple communication and psychology journals as well as in the popular press.
I am a founding organizer and current vice-chair of the ICA interest group “Communication Science: Evolution, Biology and Brains,” and an affiliated scholar with the Media Neuroscience Lab at the University of California, Santa Barbara and the iVerse Lab at Michigan State University.
I am available for comment on the above topics, as well as my published research, at edenalli (at) msu (dot) edu.