Richard John is an adjunct professor at the USC Sol Price School of Public Policy. He is currently an associate professor of psychology at USC’s College of Letters, Art, and Science, as well as the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the psychology department.
In addition to having taught at USC for the past 27 years, Professor John has published a myriad of research articles throughout his career. Articles in referred journals include, “Cognitive Function in Asymptomatic HIV Infection” (1997), “Reference Effects: A Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing” (1980), and “Co-parenting: A link between marital conflict and parenting in two parent families” (2001).
Professor John received a bachelor’s of science in applied mathematics from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a master of science in applied mathematics from USC, where he also earned his Ph.D. in quantitative psychology.