Krystal Perkins, Ph.D.
Phone: 678-839-0614 | Fax: 678-839-0611
Office: Melson Hall 107
Hours: M: 4:30-7:00pm
W: Anytime Phone or Skype
Krystal Perkins is an assistant professor of psychology at University of West Georgia. She is a dedicated and collaborative researcher with varied streams of theoretical and applied interests with a strong background in classic and critical theories. Krystal is engaged in varies critical research projects across diverse contexts to document and explore the different aspects of group identities and intergroup relations among various ethnic groups using different methodologies. More precisely, Krystal is interested in how ï¿½devaluedï¿½ members of society form, manage, and negotiate their identity in relation to other groups-dominant, Americans, immigrants, or politically subordinated-and the conditions under which critical or false consciousness can be documented.
- City University of New York, 2010
Courses and Sections
- PSYC-1101 (Intro to General Psychology)
- PSYC-2010 (Psychology as a Human Science)
- PSYC-3730 (Social Psychology)
- PSYC-6083 (Research Methods)
- PSYC-6899 (Thesis)
- PSYC-7810 (Social Stigma & Damage)
- PSYC-8005 (Human Science Methodologies)
Fall 2014 Sections