Carrie Veronica Smith
Field: Personality and Social Psychology
Ph.D., University of Houston, 2004
M.A., College of William & Mary, 2001
B.A., College of William & Mary, 1999
- Interpersonal Relationships
- Individual Differences and Social Behavior/Well-Being
- Psychology of Gender
- Intensive Longitudinal Methodology (e.g., experience sampling)
Dr. Smith and her lab engage in three primary research activities: (a) investigating people’s daily and relational well-being, frequently via Self-Determination Theory, (b) examining the interpersonal aspects of personality and individual differences, including dark personality, attachment, and sociosexuality, and (c) exploring the experiences of and downstream consequences of gender and gender ideology (e.g., sexism, feminism, precarious manhood). Many of her studies utilized intensive longitudinal designs, such as interval-contingent and event-contingent experience sampling, and dyadic data collection.
PSY 321: Social Psychology
PSY/GST 460: Psychology of Human Sexuality
PSY/GST 565: Psychology of Gender
PSY 713: Advanced Social Cognition
Dr. Smith plans to accept a graduate student for the 2023-2024 academic year.