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Dr. Aimee Mark

Phone:  464-1726

Office:   LA3056

Email:   aymark

Associate Professor of Psychology

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology (Social Psychology), University of Kentucky (2007)
M.S., Experimental Psychology (Social Psychology), University of Kentucky (2003)
B.A., St. Louis University (2001)

Courses Taught at USI
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 273 Introduction to Social Psychology
PSY 303 Research Methods and Statistics I
PSY 353 Research Methods and Statistics II
PSY 462 Psychology of Personality

Research Interests
My research interests focus on the area of stereotyping and prejudice and incorporates several other domains of social psychology, including the self, self-regulation, social cognition, attitudes, and attitude change. More specifically, my research concerns the consequences of stereotypes, prejudice, and prejudice reduction strategies. As society is increasingly diversifying, I am compelled to better understand the ways in which people can be less biased toward others. This involves examining both intrapersonal and interpersonal factors that influence people when prejudice reduction techniques are employed. Furthermore, my research includes the examination of these issues from both the perspective of minority and majority group members.