Alison A. Clabaugh

Adjunct Professor, Psychology

Boyer Hall 127 1 (215) 572-2988

About Me

Arcadia faculty member since 2012

 

Arcadia Courses Taught:

Introduction to Psychology (PY111)

Social Psychology (PY331)

Social Psychology for non-majors (PY153)

Senior Seminar (PY490-PY491)

Education History

Muhlenberg College 2002

Bachelor of Arts

Temple University 2008

Ph.D.

Publications

Co-Author 2003

The Body Weight Contingency of Self-Worth

Article, Self and Identity

Co-Authored with Karpinski, A. & Griffin, K.

Co-Author 2008

Clinical trials and statistical tribulations

Article, Applied Clinical Trials

Co-Authored with Attig, R.

Co-Author 2004

Stereotype accuracy in modern and ballet dancers

Article, Journal of Social Psychology

Co-Authored with Morling, B.

Co-Author 2004

Dancers body esteem, fitness esteem, and self-esteem in three contexts

Article, Journal of Dance Education

Co-Authored with Van Zelst, L. & Morling, B.

Research Summary

Her research interests include studying the relationship between self-esteem and body weight in the context of the contingencies of self-worth model.  She is also interested in studying anti-fat attitudes, obesity bias and stigmatization of overweight individuals in Western culture.