Rosemary Krawczyk, Professor
Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1984
Area(s) of specialization (e.g., areas of interest)
Developmental psychology, psychology of women
- Gender development and gender socialization
- Gender and achievement
- Friendship development among very young children
- What characterizes effective mentoring for women in the sciences?
Selected publications / Selected presentations
- Krawczyk, R. (2005, Oct.). The math gene: faulty assumptions and new perspectives.In G. Grossi (Chair), Are there inherent sex differences in scientific ability?: A critical review of the literature. Symposium conducted at the conference on Women, Gender, and Science, New Paltz, New York.
- Krawczyk, R. (2005, Oct.). Mentoring women toward achievement: Characteristics of effective mentors. In A. Nash (Chair), AOld (and young) girls’ networks and women-friendly labs: Survival strategies of women scientists. Symposium conducted at the conference on Women, Gender, and Science, New Paltz, New York.
- Psyc 4/533 Child Psychology
- Psyc 4/560 Psychology of Women
- Psyc 4/597 Field Experience