Elicia C. Lair, Ph.D.
I am a Lecturer of Psychology. After completing my B.A. and M.A. in Psychology at the College of William & Mary, I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and a concentration in Quantitative Methods in 2014.
Teaching is my primary focus at Kennesaw State University and I am passionate about providing students with interactive, hands-on learning experiences in my courses. I also conduct research and my main line of research examines affect and cognitive information processing styles. I research how these processes interact to influence a variety of judgments, decisions, and behaviors. A second line of my research explores the intersection of social cognition and clinical psychology, specifically risk, resilience, and coping.
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For those who are interested in becoming an undergraduate teaching assistant for the next semester, please see my information on teaching.
For those who are interested in becoming an undergraduate research assistant, I am not currently taking any applications.