Freeman's research has been publicized on NPR, Huffington Post, USA Today, and the Washington Post. As the COO of Social Capital, LLC, Freeman, aka ePsychology, splits her time between business development, managing a team of content writers, and research. Such high impact research is the result of one thing: she has had the good fortune to work very closely with New York Times bestsellers and some of the leading researchers in the nation. She has examined a plethora of topics from social and personality psychology to sleep and mood-disorders and even ethnic identity measures.
Freeman's background in research gives her unique insight into emerging trends, user experience, content development, information design, personal branding and general mind-hacking. As Social Capital's client specialist for social media, Freeman translates the needs of each client to a team of content developers. She ensures that clients get fresh content that is brand-consistent, attractive to new followers, and maximizes customer involvement.
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San Diego State University
Master of Arts in Psychology
2008 - 2011
Hawaii Pacific University
Bachelor of Arts
2003 - 2007
San Diego State University, Dr. Jean Twenge
2008 - 2011
San Diego State, Department of Psychology
2008 - 2010
Taught undergraduate courses in research methods.
Oregon Health and Sciences University
2007 - 2008
National Center for PTSD, Veterans Affiars
2004 - 2006
The National Center for PTSD, Department of Veterans Affairs, Pacific Islands Health Care System, Spark M. Matsunga Medical Center. I was the lab Manager conducting research with Dr. Stephen Bracha. Duties included editorial assistance on "Anxiety and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Context of Human Brain Evolution: A Role for Theory in DSM-V?".