Katherine Anne Collins, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
PSY 105 – Individual and Social Behaviour
PSY 211 – Statistics
PSY 311 – Intermediate Statistics
PSY 405 – Special Topics: History and Systems of Psychology
PSY 406 – Special Topics: Language and Culture
Social and Cultural Issues
Intergroup Processes, Perception, and Communication
Social Psychology of Language
Big Data and Natural Language Processing
My research is, broadly, on the role of language in different aspects of social psychology, especially intergroup processes, culture and identity, as well as stereotypes and prejudices. I am also pursuing the incorporation of big data methods and natural language processing into my research.
Are you interested in gaining research experience?
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in gaining research experience within one of my research areas.
I am particularly interested in working with students on independent studies (PSY480/PSY481), within which you will design and implement a study, analyze and interpret the results, and disseminate your findings to an academic audience. This is a great experience for those students interested in pursuing graduate studies.
As an alternative, interested students may also volunteer on one of my current projects.