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BA, Metropolitan State College of Denver
MA, University of Kansas
PhD, University of Kansas
Dr. Horstman Reser's graduate degree is research-based with a Graduate Major in Social Psychology and a Graduate Minor is in Quantitative Psychology. Dr Horstman Reser has taught at the University of Kansas, the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, and at NMC. She is the Institutional Review Board (IRB) chairperson and assists faculty and students with research and statistical projects.
O'Brien, L.T., Crandall, C.S., Horstman Reser, A., Warner, R., Alsbrooks, A. & Blodorn, A. (2010).
But I'm no bigot: How prejudiced white Americans maintain unprejudiced self-images. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40, 917-946.
Garcia, D. M., Horstman Reser, A., Amo, R., Redersdorff, S., & Branscombe, N. R. (2005). Perceivers' responses to in-group and out-group members who blame a negative outcome on discrimination. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 31, 769-780.
Crandall, C.S. & Horstman Reser, A. (2005). Attributions and weight-based prejudice.
In K.D. Brownell, R.M. Puhl, & M.B. Schwartz (Eds.). Bias, Stigma, Discrimination, and Obesity. NY: Guilford Publications, Inc.