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Media Psychology Programs

Fielding’s Media Psychology programs enable students to enter at their qualification, readiness and goal levels. The PhD in Media Psychology program provides a research-based program that informs practice in an evolving field of study. The Masters of Arts in Media Psychology is 100% online, applies psychological science to media and technology landscapes. The 3-course Certificate in Media Psychology program is also 100% online, and offers emphases in Media Neuroscience and Brand Psychology & Audience Engagement.

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Tunisha Singleton, PhD

Virtual Media Psychology Symposium / Tunisha Singleton, PhD
Tunisha Singleton, PhD

Tunisha Singleton, PhD

Adjunct Faculty member at Fielding Graduate University in the Media Psychology program


Tunisha Singleton, PhD is a marketing communications professional with over 10 years of experience blended in business development, strategic partnerships, creative services and brand management. Like a 1-2 punch, Dr. Singleton is equally seasoned in data insight and marketing strategy with an eye to turn blue sky ideas into tangible results.

In 2017, she earned a Ph.D. in Media Psychology, specializing in fan identification and digital disruption in sports/eSports. She consults within various industries including sports marketing, social advocacy, e-commerce, and immersive technology. In her work with clients, Dr. Singleton has helped with consumer growth and retention, identifying new whitespace opportunities leveraging tech innovation, and ways to refine content strategies in order to meet today’s patterns of media consumption and brand engagement.

Dr. Singleton is also an Adjunct Faculty member at Fielding Graduate University in the Media Psychology program.


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