Faculty - Assistant Professor of Psychology
Ph.D. Purdue University
Conceptualization and assessment of anger
Cognitive responses to anger-provoking situations
Factors contributing to driver aggression
CSBS Undergraduate Research Conference Planning Committee (Fall 2009-Spring 2011), Clinical Science Area Coordinator (Spring 2011 – current), CSBS Graduate Research Award (Spring 2009-current), CSBS Scholarship Committee (Spring 2009-current), Research Participant System Coordinator (Spring 2013-current)
Nesbit, S. M., & Conger, J. C. (2011). Evaluation of Cognitive Responses to Anger Provoking Driving Situations using the Articulated Thoughts during Simulated Situations Paradigm. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behavior, 14, 54-65.
Nesbit, S. M., Conger, J. C., & Conger, A. J. (2007). A Quantitative Review of the Relationship between Anger and Aggressive Driving. Aggression and Violent Behavior: A Review Journal, 12, 156-176.
Research and Practice in Psychotherapy