Patrick M. Egan
Graduate Student of Social Psychology
Patrick is a sixth-year graduate student in Ed's lab. During his time at IU, he has conducted research on topics such as self-control, perceptions of fatigue, self-handicapping, mental-physical overlap, goal orientation, interpersonal power, and task construal.
In addition to conducting research, Patrick has also taught multiple classes at IU, including Methods in Experimental Psychology (P211), Methods in Social Psychology (P421), and Social Psychology and Individual Differences (P304).
Aside from researching and teaching, Patrick enjoys spending time with his wife, traveling, playing/watching sports, eating Tex-Mex, cooking, and relaxing with family and friends.