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Colleen Bader

Doctoral Student, Applied Psychology

Colleen Bader

Hometown:

Mesa, Arizona

Undergraduate Institution:

University of Evansville; Bachelor's of Science in Psychology

Current Program:

Ph.D. in Applied Psychology

Year of Matriculation:

2013

Research Interests:

Gender Stereotypes; Ambivalent Sexism, especially exploring when gender roles are violated and in what ways people respond to individuals who violate gender norms.

Presentations:

Hamel, M. G., Bader, C. M., Feeser, K. M., Etcheverry, P. E., & Agnew, C. R. (2015, April). Predictors of early use smoking in college: Targeting for early intervention. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Etcheverry, P. E., Hamel, M. G., Bader, C. M., Feeser, K. M., & Agnew, C. R. (2015, April). Social norms predicting smoking by low-experience, first year college students. Talk presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Bader, C.M., & Stevenson, M. C. (2014, May). Effects of police gender and ambivalent sexism on behavior during traffic stops. Presentation at the Association for Psychological Science conference, San Francisco, CA.

Bader, C.M., & Stevenson, M. C. (2014, April). How police officer gender and ambivalent sexism predicts behavior during traffic stops. Presentation at the Butler University Undergraduate Research conference, Indianapolis, IN.​

Bader, C.M., & Stevenson, M. C. (2014, February). The effects of police officer gender and ambivalent sexism on anticipated behavior during traffic stops. Presentation at Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.​

Teaching Experience:

Graduate Teaching assistant for Introduction to Psychology (Psych 102)

Future Career Plans:

Becoming a Professor and researching within the social psychology distinction

What Attracted Me to SIU:

The autonomy that I have by choosing my own studies and creating a specified program based on my interests.  Also, I really like learning and doing statistics and the Applied Program is heavy in stats.

Interesting Facts:

I particularly enjoy spending time exploring the great outdoors and playing my Viola in various orchestras.