Douglas Raybeck Ph.D.
Professor of Anthropology Emeritus
Psychological anthropologist Douglas Raybeck focuses his research on topics ranging from nonverbal communication and psycholinguistics to physiological correlates of behavioral dispositions. Most recently he has been working and writing in the area of deviance (behavior that is outside social norms).
Raybeck earned his Ph.D. from Cornell. He is an expert in future studies and has written a book, Looking Down the Road: A Systems Approach to Future Studies
(2000), on the topic. He studies Malaysian culture and published Mad Dogs, Englishmen and the Errant Anthropologist
, a book summarizing his fieldwork in Kelantan, Malaysia. He has been a fellow at the National Institutes of Health and is past-president of the Society for Cross-Cultural Research.