Kerry L. Marsh is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Connecticut's Greater Hartford campus. She teaches undergraduate courses at the GH campus in West Hartford, and is a faculty member in the Social Psychology Graduate training prgram in the UConn Psychology Department at Storrs. She recieved her PhD in social psychology from the Ohio State University. Her work focuses on attitudes and social cognition, and the application of those areas to HIV prevention. Her current methods uses virtual environments to understand how implicit attitudes predict impulsive, risky behavior.