B.A., Rice University
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
- General Psychology
- Psychology of Gender
- Cultural Psychology
- Research Methods and Research Writing
- sexual orientation
- stereotypes and discrimination
Camille Buckner received her Ph.D. in Social and Personality Psychology with a sub-specialization in Quantitative Methods from the University of Texas at Austin in 1997. After enjoying positions at Wesleyan College and Frostburg State University, she joined the Marymount University faculty in 2006.
She regularly teaches courses in General Psychology, Psychology of Gender, Cultural Psychology, Research Methods, Research Writing, and Senior Seminar. Her research centers around the topics of gender, sexual orientation, stereotypes, and discrimination.
She actively engages students in research at Marymount, and her students regularly present their work at Marymount’s annual Student Research Conference and at the annual Eastern Psychological Association (EPA). Recent EPA presentations were on topics such as “Gender Identity Threat and Social Perception” and “Stereotypes About Gender-Atypical Males and Females.”