Educational Background

  • Ph.D., University of Maryland

Teaching and Research Interests

I have taught classes in psychology and women's and gender 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. I also teach a class in positive psychology at a nearby prison to a combined group of "outside" (Bucknell) and "inside" (prison) students. My current research focuses on the effects of forgiveness on the forgiven.

Classes Taught

  • Social Psychology
  • Psychology of Women
  • Positive Psychology
  • Advanced Seminar in Social Psychology

Selected Publications

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-disclosure 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.

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.


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