Emily A. Vogels is a research associate working on internet and technology research at Pew Research Center. Much of her recent work has focused on teen’s digital lives, the tone and tenor of online discourse and the digital divide. 

She received her PhD in experimental psychology from University of New Brunswick, with a focus on social media use, interpersonal relationships, and sexuality in the digital age.  She also has a master’s degree in cognitive and affective sciences from University of Wisconsin Oshkosh and bachelor’s degrees in psychology and human development from University of Wisconsin – Green Bay.