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Germine Awad

Associate Faculty Ph.D., 2005, Psychology, Southern Illinois University - Carbindale

Assistant Professor

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Biography

My research interests include attitude development and expression in the following areas: prejudice and discrimination, ethnic and racial identity (with a focus on Arabs and African Americans), acculturation, immigration, and attitudes toward affirmative action beneficiaries. In addition, I also study the psychological antecedents of minority standardized test performance as well as issues related to culturally relevant research methodology. More recently, I have also been working on a project assessing the relationship between racial identity and body image for African American women.

WGS 393 • Psychology Of Women And Gender

48067 • Fall 2014
Meets M 100pm-400pm SZB 434
(also listed as MES 384 )
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Psychology of Women and Gender is the study of women's experiences, issues, and behavior in the context of psychological theory and research. This class integrates many sub disciplines of psychology, including physiological, personality, developmental, social, abnormal, and applied psychology.  This course will explore a variety of topics relevant to the psychology of women, including for example, theories of women's personality, gender socialization, sex differences, victimization, oppression, and motherhood. We will also discuss the ways that SES, culture, ethnicity, and sexual orientation impact the psychology of women.

WGS 393 • Psychology Of Women And Gender

47315 • Fall 2012
Meets W 900am-1200pm SZB 434
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Psychology of Women and Gender is the study of women's experiences, issues, and behavior in the context of psychological theory and research. This class integrates many sub disciplines of psychology, including physiological, personality, developmental, social, abnormal, and applied psychology.  This course will explore a variety of topics relevant to the psychology of women, including for example, theories of women's personality, gender socialization, sex differences, victimization, oppression, and motherhood. We will also discuss the ways that SES, culture, ethnicity, and sexual orientation impact the psychology of women.

WGS F393 • Psychology Of Women And Gender

89265 • Summer 2012
Meets MTWTH 900am-1200pm SZB 524
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Varies by unique number.

WGS 393 • Psychology Of Women And Gender

47170 • Fall 2011
Meets W 100pm-400pm SZB 422
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Psychology of Women and Gender is the study of women's experiences, issues, and behavior in the context of psychological theory and research. This class integrates many sub disciplines of psychology, including physiological, personality, developmental, social, abnormal, and applied psychology.  This course will explore a variety of topics relevant to the psychology of women, including for example, theories of women's personality, gender socialization, sex differences, victimization, oppression, and motherhood. We will also discuss the ways that SES, culture, ethnicity, and sexual orientation impact the psychology of women.

WGS F345 • Psychology Of Women

89355 • Summer 2011
Meets MTWTH 1000am-1200pm SZB 240
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Varies by topic/section.

WGS S393 • Psychology Of Women And Gender

89490 • Summer 2011
Meets MTWTH 900am-1200pm SZB 422
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Psychology of Women is the study of women's experiences, issues, and behavior in the context of psychological theory and research. This class integrates many sub disciplines of psychology, including physiological, personality, developmental, social, abnormal, and applied psychology.  This course will explore a variety of topics relevant to the psychology of women, including for example, theories of women's personality, gender socialization, sex differences, victimization, oppression, and motherhood. We will also discuss the ways that SES, culture, ethnicity, and sexual orientation impact the psychology of women.

WGS 345 • Psychology Of Women

47735 • Spring 2011
Meets TTH 1100am-1230pm SZB 432
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Psychology of Women is the study of women's experiences, issues, and behavior in the context of psychological theory and research. This class integrates many sub disciplines of psychology, including physiological, personality, developmental, social, abnormal, and applied psychology.  This course will explore a variety of topics relevant to the psychology of women, including for example, theories of women's personality, gender socialization, sex differences, victimization, oppression, and motherhood. We will also discuss the ways that SES, culture, ethnicity, and sexual orientation impact the psychology of women.

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