Kimberly A. Daubman
Ph.D., University of Maryland
I have taught psychology and women’s studies at Bucknell since 1991. I have broad interests in peace and justice issues, teach regularly in the residential Social Justice College and am an active member of the Bucknell Brigade. My recent scholarship focuses on the relationship between broad world views and more specific attitudes, especially attitudes toward the environment. I am also collaborating with students on research examining the causes and consequences of unwanted sexual experiences and the "hookup" culture on campus.
Psychology of Women
Advanced Seminar in Social Psychology
Foundation Seminars and Capstones
Flack, W.F., Jr., Daubman, K.A., Caron, M.L., Asadorian, J., D'Aureli, N.D., Kiser, S., Hall, A., Gigliotti, S., Michener, E. & Wheeler, E. (2007). Risk factors and consequences of unwanted sex among university students: Hooking up, alcohol, and posttraumatic symptoms. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Thomas, J. J. & Daubman, K. A. (2001). The relationship between friendship quality and self-esteem in adolescent girls and boys. Sex Roles, 45, 53-66.
Daubman, K. A. & Sigall, H. (1997). Gender differences in perceptions of how others are affected by self-disclosre of achievement. Sex Roles, 37, 73-89.
Daubman, K. A. (1995). Help which implies dependence: Effects on self-evaluations, motivation, and performance. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 10, 677-692.
Heatherington, L., Daubman, K. A., Bates, C., Ahn, A., Brown, H., & Preston, C. (1993). Two investigations of "female modesty" in achievement situations. Sex Roles, 29, 739-754.
Daubman, K. A., & Lehman, T. C. (1993). The effects of receiving help: Gender differences in motivation and performance. Sex Roles, 28, 693-707.
Daubman, K. A., Heatherington, L., Ahn, A. (1992). Gender and the self-presentation of academic achievement. Sex Roles, 27,187-204.