Gabrielle Smith, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Core Undergraduate Psychology Faculty
Office: CFO 714
- Ph.D., Social Psychology, The University of Alabama
- M.A., Gender and Race Studies, The University of Alabama
- M.A., Social Psychology, The University of Alabama
- B.A., Psychology and Creative Writing Minor, Spelman College
Health Psychology, Professional Development in Psychology, Adolescent Psychology, Psychology of Learning, General Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Psychology and the Media, Psychology of the African American Experience, Introduction to Personality, Child Psychology
Racial identity, stereotype threat, intersecting social identities
Lo, C.C., McCallum, D.M., Hughes, M., Smith, G.P.A., McKnight, U. (2017). Racial Differences in College Students' Assessments of Campus Race Relations. Journal of College Student Development.
Lo, C.C., Cheng, T.C. & Smith, G.P.A. (2016).Racial Attitudes Characterizing Social Work Students at a Southern University. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 86(2), 156-178.
Smith, G.P.A., Brodsky, S. (2013). Response to On the Categorization of Biracial Faces. The Jury Expert.
Rice, L. Barth, J.M., Guadagno, R.E., Smith, G.P.A., McCallum, D. M. & ASERT (2013). The role of social support in students’ perceived abilities and attitudes toward math and science. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 42, 1028-1040.
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