Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor of Psychology
Beatty Hall, Room 206
- B.A., (Psychology, magna cum laude), Northeastern University
- M.A., (Social Psychology), Miami University
- Ph.D., (Social Psychology), Miami University
My research focuses broadly on how belief systems affect the means by which we make evaluations and pursue important goals. I am especially interested in how ideology influences the use of different types of evaluative information and how gender role traditionalism influences motivational approaches to gender-related goals. I am also interested in how expressions of positive intergroup emotions (specifically pride) affect how we evaluate social groups, as well as how our general beliefs about the importance of different types of evaluative information intersect with the means by which evaluations are made.
Evans, C.D., & Diekman, A.B. (2009). On motivated role selection: Gender beliefs, distant
goals, and career interest. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 33, 235-249.
Evans, C. D., & Claypool, H.M. (2009, January). Pride and prejudice: Status and
expressions of intergroup pride shape evaluation and perceived legitimacy.
Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and
Social Psychology, Tampa, FL.
Evans, C.D., & Diekman, A.B, (2009, April). Implicit theories of judgment: Effects on
attitudes and evaluation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern
Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Evans, C.D., & Diekman, A.B. (2007). Gender differences in career interest are mediated
by life goals. Poster presented at the 8th annual meeting of the Society for Personality
and Social Psychology, Memphis, TN.
Diekman, A.B., Goodfriend, W., & Evans, C.D. (2006) Ideological and sociostructural
influences on dynamic gender stereotypes. Poster session presented at the 7th annual
meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Palm Springs, CA.
PY241: Chil PY602: Psychodiagnostics II
PY291: Research Methods I