Angela Andrade, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Office: Dawson Hicks 260
Phone: (870) 575-8184
1200 North University Drive, Mail Slot 4988
Pine Bluff, AR 71601
Ph.D. in Lifespan Developmental Psychology with training in Experimental Social Psychology, Lifespan Developmental Psychology (2014): Oklahoma State University
M.S. in Lifespan Developmental Psychology: Oklahoma State University
B.S. in Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology: Westminster College
A.S. in International Studies, Spanish emphasis: Salt Lake Community College
PSYC 2300, General Psychology; PSYC 2302, Developmental Psychology; PSYC 3302, Psychology of Personality; PSYC 3307, Psychology and Law; PSYC 3300, Psychological Statistics I; PSYC 3310, Social Psychology; PSYC 4300, Psychological Statistics II; PSYC 4301, Experimental Psychology; PSYC 4310, Seminar in Psychology; PSYC 4313, Advanced Social Psychology; PSYC 4312 & 4600, Independent Studies; PSYC 4610, Internship in Psychology
Dr. Andrade’s research interests lie within social psychology, particularly on issues of social inequality based on race, class, gender, and sexual orientation. She is currently involved in progressing four main lines of research in this vein: (1) the negative impact that sexist novels may have on women and society, (2) social class marginalization based on stereotypes, (3) racial subgroup prejudice, and (4) the personal and interpersonal costs of covering a sexual identity.