Clinical Science and Deception
Amariah is currently assisting in deception research under Dr.Curtis’s guidance researching the fundamental attribution error and actor/observer bias in light of perceiving deception. She is a Carr Gold scholar with a 3.8 GPA, and plans on pursuing a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology after graduating in May 2019.
I plan on graduating May 2018 with my masters in counseling psychology. I am the current president of the Graduate Student Psychological Association. Over the past two years I have been working in correspondence with Dr. Curtis as well as other faculty members of Angelo State University with research that I have been able to present at the Southwestern Psychological Association conferences. I plan on pursuing a PhD in Counseling Psychology with the future goal of becoming a professor after my masters degree. I am currently working on my Thesis, under supervision of Dr. Curtis, examining the effects of professors who are perceived as deceptive.
I am a third-year undergraduate student at Angelo State University. I am graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology in May of 2018. After graduation, I plan to attend a graduate level School Psychology Program. I am a member of Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society and Psychology Club. I have recently decided to get involved in research with Dr. Curtis. We are examining deception within the context of school psychology.