While at the University of Cincinnati, I completed a Ph.D. in Psychology and a graduate certificate in Women's Studies. My current research interests include topics related to the psychology of prejudice, the psychology of women, racial identity development, and social change. My current research projects include: (1) effective teaching and learning practices in courses focusing on social inequalities; (2) the relationships among various forms of privilege (white, male, heterosexual), prejudice, and support for policies that promote equality, and (3) ally behavior when encountering prejudice.
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- Intersections of Identity Project Handout
Careers Course Schedule
- Linked course: Careers in Psychology
Interview Activity Handout
- Linked publication: Case, K. (2011). The class interview: Student engagement in courses covering sensitive topics. Psychology of Learning and Teaching, 10, 52-56.
- Case, K. (2012). Discovering the privilege of whiteness: White women’s reflections on anti-racist identity and ally behavior. Journal of Social Issues, 68, 78-96.
Case, K. (2011). The class interview: Student engagement in courses covering sensitive topics. Psychology of Learning and Teaching, 10, 52-56.
- Linked other: Interview Activity Handout
- Case, K. A. (2007). Raising male privilege awareness and reducing sexism: An evaluation of diversity courses. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 31, 426-435.
- Case, K. A. (2007). Raising white privilege awareness and reducing racial prejudice: Assessing diversity course effectiveness. Teaching of Psychology, 34, 231-235.
- Case, K. A., Fishbein, H. D., & Ritchey, N. (2008). Personality, prejudice, and discrimination against women and homosexuals. Current Research in Social Psychology, 14, 23-38.
- Case, K. A., & Stewart, B. (2010). Heterosexual privilege awareness, prejudice, and support of gay marriage among diversity course students. College Teaching, 58, 3-7.
- Case, K. A., Stewart, B., & Tittsworth, J. (2009). Transgender across the curriculum: A psychology for inclusion. Teaching of Psychology, 36, 117-121.
- Case, K., Iuzzini, J., & Hopkins, M. (2012). Systems of privilege: Intersections, awareness, and applications. Journal of Social Issues, 68, 1-10.
- Case, K., Kanenberg, H., Erich, S., & Tittsworth, J. (2012). Transgender inclusion in university nondiscrimination statements: Challenging gender-conforming privilege through student activism. Journal of Social Issues, 68, 145-161.
Case, K., & Lewis, M. (2012). Teaching intersectional LGBT psychology: Reflections from historically Black and Hispanic-serving universities. Psychology and Sexuality, 3, 1-17.
- Linked other: Intersections of Identity Project Handout
- Cole, E., Case, K., Rios, D., & Curtin, N. (2011). Understanding what students bring to the classroom: Moderators of the effects of diversity courses on student attitudes. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 17, 397-405.
- Erich, S., Hall, S., Kanenberg, H., & Case, K. (2009). Early and late stage adolescence: Adopted adolescents’ attachment to their heterosexual and lesbian/gay parents. Adoption Quarterly, 12, 152-170.
- Case, K. A., Kanenberg, H. K., & Erich, S. (2010). Strategies for building a learning environment of inclusion and acceptance for LGBTIQ students. In C. Bertram, S. Massey, & S. Crowley (Eds.), Beyond progress, beyond marginalization: LGBTQ youth in and out of schools (pp. 201-225). New York: Peter Lang.
- Case, K., & Hentges, B. (2011). Motivating student engagement with MySpace and web-enhanced research labs. In D. S. Dunn, J. H. Wilson, J. Freeman, & J. R. Stowell (Eds.), Best practices for technology-enhanced teaching and learning: Connecting to psychology and the social sciences (pp. 183-196). New York: Oxford University Press.
Careers in Psychology
- Linked other: Careers Course Schedule
- Introduction to Women's Studies
- Psychology of Gender, Race, & Sexuality
- Psychology of Race & Racism
- Psychology of Women
- Social Issues Methods and Analysis
- Social Issues Seminar
Kim A. Case
Psychology and Women's Studies
University of Houston--Clear Lake
2700 Bay Area Boulevard, Box 35
Houston, Texas 77058