Dr. Debbie Van Camp, Assistant Professor of Psychology, has had a number of items published and/or accepted recently:
- She is first author of an article titled “Religious Bias Among Religiously Conscious Black Christians in the United States” in most recent volume of The Journal of Social Psychology (15.1, 2014, 4-7). Her co-authors are Lloyd Ren Sloan and Amanda ElBassiouny, the latter of whom is an adjunct professor of Psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences. An abstract of the piece is available online.
- She and Dr. Stacey Baugh (Assistant Professor of Psychology) had an article titled “You Can Lead a Horse to Water: Efficacy of and Students’ Perceptions of an Online Textbook Support Site” accepted for publication in Teaching of Psychology, which will appear in Issue 3 in 2014.
- She presented a poster titled “Exploring the Content and Structure of an Atheist/Agnostic Identity” at the Pre-conference on Psychology of Religion-Spirituality of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, which was held February 13-15, 2014 in Austin, Texas.
- She also presented a poster with Lloyd Sloan and Amanda ElBassiouny titled “Moral Identity Salience Produces More Positive Evaluations of Targets While Religious Salience Increases Negative Assessment” at the 15th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. An abstract of the session is available in the online program.
- She will chair a session and present a paper titled “Exploring the Content and Structure of an Atheist/Agnostic Identity” at the upcoming 2014 Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Boston from March 13-16, 2014. An overview of that session is also available in the online program.
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