Academics

Cheryl Rickabaugh

Professor, Psychology

Degrees: Ph.D. (1989), Psychology, University of California at Riverside

Office: Psychology , Larsen Hall #119

Phone: 909/748-8671 Campus Ext. 8671

E-mail: cheryl_rickabaugh@redlands.edu

Portrait

Areas of Expertise

Areas of expertise are social psychology and psychology of women/gender

Current Research

Research interests are teaching of psychology, social cognition, and psychology of women/gender

Professional Background Highlights

Dr. Rickabaugh has been completing a meta-analysis of sex differences in self-handicapping, which she expects to submit to Sex Roles. A grad school colleague, Jill Borchert (Shorter College), is second author. She also recently coauthored two editions of an introductory text, Psychology, with Les Sdorow (Arcadia University). She expects to publish Sex and Gender: A Global Perspective in summer 2010.

Courses Offered at Redlands

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology of Gender
  • Social Psychology
  • Research Methods
  • Experimental Social Psychology (Special Topic)

Degrees Held

Ph.D. (1989), Psychology, University of California at Riverside

Awards, Honors and Grants

  • APA Advanced Training Institute, Meta-Analysis, 2004
  • 2001 John Randolph Haynes and Dora Haynes Foundation Faculty Fellowship. An Evaluation of the Redlands Drug Court: A Mentor Court. C. A. Rickabaugh, P. I.
  • Outstanding Faculty Award—Teaching, University of Redlands, 1993 and 2000
  • NSF Institute on Psychology of Aging, 1992–1993
  • NEH Summer Seminar for College Teachers, 1991
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, UCR Department of Psychology, 1985–1986

Publications, Presentations and Panels

Rickabaugh, C. A. (2007). Androgyny. In R. F. Baumeister & K. D. Vohs (Eds), Encyclopedia of Social Psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 36-37). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (2005). Sex and gender: Student projects and exercises (2nd ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Sdorow, L. M., & Rickabaugh, C. A. (2005). Psychology (6th ed.). Cincinnati, OH: Atomic Dog.

Sdorow, L. M., & Rickabaugh, C. A. (2002). Psychology (5th ed.). Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Rickabaugh, C. A., & Tomlinson-Keasey, C. (1997). "Social and temporal comparisons in adjustment to aging." Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 19, 307–328.

Borchert, J., & Rickabaugh, C. A. (1996). "When illness is perceived as controllable: The effects of gender and mode of transmission on AIDS-related stigma." Sex Roles, 33, 657–668.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1998). Sex and gender: Student projects and exercises. Boston: McGraw-Hill.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1995). "College students’ stereotypes of gender and political activism." Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 16, 319–331.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1994). "Just who is this guy, anyway? Stereotypes of the men’s movement." Sex Roles, 30, 459–470.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1993). "The psychology portfolio: Promoting writing and critical thinking about psychology." Teaching of Psychology, 20, 170–172.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1993). "Aggression: Definitions and theoretical perspectives." In F. N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of social science: Psychology (pp. 162–168). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1993). "Crowd behavior." In F. N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of social science: Psychology (pp. 737–743). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1993). "Self-concept origins." In F. N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of social science: Psychology (pp. 2175–2187). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

Rickabaugh, C. A. (1993). "Sexism." In F. N. Magill (Ed.), Survey of social science: Psychology (pp. 2240–2245). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.


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