Dr. Mollie A. Price-Blackshear


Assistant Professor of Psychology

About


Dr. Mollie A. Price-Blackshear  is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology and Counseling from the University of Central Arkansas. She is an experimental social psychologist. 

Education

  • University of Missouri 
    • 2020: Ph.D. in Psychology; Emphasis in Social/Personality Psychology 
      • Dissertation: Reducing Prejudice through Self-Affirmation (Advisor: Dr. B. Ann Bettencourt) 
  • University of Missouri
    • 2017: M.A. in Psychology; Emphasis in Social/Personality Psychology
      • Master’s Thesis: Can Mindfulness Reduce the Tendency to Justify the Status Quo? (Advisor: Dr. B. Ann Bettencourt) 
  •  University of Arkansas 
    • 2013: B.A. in Psychology; Music Minor 

Research Experience Opportunities

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Courses




PSYC 3360: Social Psychology


University of Central Arkansas




PSYC 3362: Intergroup Relations


University of Central Arkansas




PSYC 3332: Research Methods


University of Central Arkansas




PSYC 3340: Research Methods Lab


University of Central Arkansas

Publications


Mindful writing for faculty and graduate students: A pilot mixed-methods study of effects of a six-week workshop.


Donna Strickland, Mollie A. Price-Blackshear, B. Ann Bettencourt


Innovations in Education and Teaching International., 2022


Trait mindfulness decouples the association between system justification and racial outgroup attitudes.


Mollie A. Price-Blackshear, B. Ann Bettencourt


Race and Social Problems, 2022


Mindfulness and intergroup bias: A systematic review


Danielle L. Oyler, Mollie A. Price-Blackshear, Steven D. Pratscher, B. Ann Bettencourt


Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2021


Online couples mindfulness-based intervention for young breast cancer survivors and their partners: A randomized-control trial.


Mollie A. Price-Blackshear, Steven D. Pratscher, Danielle L. Oyler, Jane M. Armer, An-Lin Cheng, Maggie X. Cheng, Kathie Records, Tipparat Udmuangpia, James W. Carson, B. Ann Bettencourt


Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 2020, pp. 592-611


Individuating information influences partisan judgments.


Mollie A. Price‐Blackshear, Kennon M. Sheldon, Michael J. Corcoran, B. Ann Bettencourt


Journal of Applied Social Psychology, vol. 49, 2019, pp. 426 - 447


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