Hunter Gehlbach is a Professor and Faculty Lead of the PhD program at the Johns Hopkins School of Education. An educational psychologist by training and a social psychologist at heart, his research integrates four main areas:

He is an American Psychological Association Fellow of Division 15. A former high school teacher and coach, Gehlbach was on faculty at Harvard’s Graduate School of Education (2006-2015) and UCSB (2015-2019), before joining the faculty at Johns Hopkins.

Keywords: High schools; social psychology; social aspects of learning; motivation; environmental education; open science; social perspective taking; survey/questionnaire research.