Amy Kroska

Professor - Ph.D., Indiana University, 1997 

Curriculum vitae

Phone: 405.325.1751
Office: Kaufman Hall 329B

Research Areas:
Social Psychology, Gender, Family, Mental Health, and Emotions

Amy's research and teaching interests include social psychology, gender, family, mental health, and emotions. Currently, she is conducting two NSF-funded studies examining gender, status, and stigma processes related to mental health. Her previous studies have examined factors that affect gender ideology, housework divisions, and the affective meanings tied to gendered roles and family work behavior. Her recent publications appear in Social Forces, Social Science Research, and Social Psychology Quarterly.