Emily Craddock, MA
Instructor - PSY101 Coordinator
BS 2011 The University of Georgia
MA 2013 Northern Arizona University
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Craddock has research interests in social psychology (i.e., self-regulations, interpersonal processes, and self-construal) and positive psychology (i.e., mindfulness and flow). Her recent focus has shifted to include the teaching of psychology and related statistical methods. Non-academic interests include practicing yoga, reading novels, and hiking.
Emily was also recently hired to teach AP Psychology at Basis High School.
Craddock, E., Huffman, A. H. & Henning, J. B. (2012). Taming the dragon: How industrial-organizational psychologists can break barriers to "green" business. Industrial and Organzational Psychology, 5, 488-491.
Huffman, A. H., Craddock, E. & Culbertson, S. S. (forthcoming). Navigating Dual-Military Marriages: Using an Exchange Strategy to Balance Multiple Roles. In Kizzy M. Parks, Daniel P. McDonald, & Armando X. Estrada's (Eds.) Handbook of Military Psychology. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis Group.
Craddock, E., vanDellen, M. R. & Novak, S. A. (in preparation). Influence in relationships: A meta-analysis on health-related social control.
vanDellen, M. R., Davisson, E. K., Craddock, E. & Hoyle, R. H. (in preparation). The Role of Physical Location in Self-Control.
Emily Craddock is currently serving as the PSY101 coordinator.