Stephanie Wright

Dr. Stephanie M. Wright

Associate Professor of Social Psychology

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Biography

Dr. Wright is an experimental social psychologist with additional foci in methodology, statistics and developmental psychology. Her work applies models of attribution to judgments of responsibility and intent to intervene in a range of interpersonal and public health environments. In her research lab, she and her students use mixed methods to examine didactic interactions that lead to interpersonal violence or sexual assault and how the use of gendered language shapes our interpretations of and reactions to those interactions. Pedagogically, she studies the efficacy of utilizing an intersectional approach to core curricula in her program (e.g., Psychology of Women, Lifespan Development, Social Psychology, and her capstone Applied Psychology).

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Education

  • Doctorate – social psychology – North Carolina State University
  • Master's – social psychology – North Carolina State University
  • Bachelor's – psychology – North Carolina State University

Academic Interests

  • Attribution theory and judgments of responsibility

Distinctions

  • Institute for Academic Feminist Psychologists Fellow
  • American Psychology-Law Society Professional Development of Women Committee Member
  • American Psychological Association Education Directorate Approved Consultant

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
  • Association for Psychological Science
  • American Psychology-Law Society
  • Developmental Psychology
  • Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
  • Society for Personality and Social Psychology
  • Society for the Psychology of Women
  • Society for the Teaching of Psychology
  • Girl Rising: Northwest Georgia Regional Ambassador