Jamie Loran Franco-Zamudio, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology
Spring Hill College
4000 Dauphin St. Quinlan Hall, Room 307
Mobile, Alabama 36608
Fall Classes: General Psychology, Personality Theories, Research Experience I, and Social Psychology of Social Justice
Intersections of identity, specifically subjective experiences of oppression or discrimination based on race/ethnicity, gender, social class, and sexual orientation.
- Perceptions of person-environment fit and responses to perceptions of lack of fit in academia and organizations.
- Intergroup relations, specifically the development and maintenance of justice-based collaborations.
- Attitudes, attributions, and social persuasion, specifically attitudes and attributions related to prejudice and discrimination.
Coordinator: Spring Hill College Undergraduate Research Symposium
Faculty Co-Chair: Spring Hill College Center for Community Collaboration
Faculty Advisor: PAX, SHC’s Peace and Justice Magazine
Faculty Advisor: PSI CHI