Professional Information

Education

Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Utah (2002)
Dissertation: "When victims don't cry: Understanding unfairness in the context of victims' compliance, subversion and opposition" Adviser: Dr. Cecilia Wainryb

M.S. in Psychology, University of Utah (1997)
Thesis: "The role of cultural context in judgments of tolerance: Belief-type and cultural agreement" Adviser: Dr. Cecilia Wainryb

B.S. with Honors and Distinction in Psychology, University of Wyoming (1994)
Honor's Thesis: "The effect of elderly stereotypes on jurors' decisions: A college and a community perspective." Adviser: Dr. Narina Nunez

Professional Experience

Psychology Department Adviser, Weber State University (2012-present)
Associate Professor, Weber State University (2009-present) 
Sabbatical Leave, Weber State University (2011-2012) 
Psychology Department Adviser, Weber State University (2009-2010) 
Interim Department Chair, Weber State University (July 1-December 31, 2008)
Assistant Professor, Weber State University (2003-2009)
Adjunct Professor, University of Utah (2002-2003)
Marriner S. Eccles Research Fellow, University of Utah (2000-2001)
Teaching Assistant/Instructor & Research Assistant, University of Utah (1994-2002)
Research Assistant, University of Wyoming (1991-1994)

Professional Memberships

Jean Piaget Society
Society for Research in Child Development
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society
Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society
Golden Key National Honor Society
Psi Chi, International Honor Society in Psychology

 


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