Shannon Scott, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

Psychology & Philosophy

Shannon Scott, Ph.D.

Contact

Sscott@twu.edu
940-898-2303
CFO 708

Education

Ph.D., Cognitive Psychology, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 2000
M.A., Cognitive Psychology, Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1998
B.A., Psychology, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX, 1993

Research Interests

Peer Victimization; Sizism; Anti-Fat Attitudes; Body Image; Eating Dysfunction; Women’s Leadership; Cognitive Psychology; Cognition And Emotion; Physiological Psychology; Advanced Behavioral Neuroscience; Seminar In College Teaching; Research Team

Latest Articles

Developing effective transition reports for secondary students: A nationwide survey of college and university disability support personnel
Exceptionality - A Special Education Journal (2017)
C. Wadlington, K. DeOrnellas, Shannon Scott

Predicting anti-fat attitudes: Individual differences based on actual and perceived body size, weight importance, entity mindset, and ethinicity
Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention (2016)
S Scott, L Rosen

Teachers' perceptions of bullying: A focus group approach
Journal of School Violence (2016)
L Rosen, S Scott, K DeOrnellas

Books

Bullying in the School: Perspectives from across Campus
Palgrave MacMillan Higher Education (2017)
L Rosen, S Scott, K DeOrnellas

Chapters

A case study of psychosocial factors impacting bullying in a school context: Responses for campus safety
in Case Studies: Working Through Current School Issues | Rowman & Littlefield (2017)
L Rosen, S Scott, K DeOrnellas

Drawing across perspectives: Implications for prevention and intervention
in Bullying in the School: Perspectives from across Campus | Palgrave MacMillan Higher Education (2017)
L Rosen, S Scott, K DeOrnellas

An overview of school bullying
in Bullying in the School: Perspectives from across Campus. | Palgrave MacMillan Higher Education (2017)
L Rosen, S Scott, K DeOrnellas

Externally Funded Projects

Fostering Future Faculty: The Southwestern Conference on Graduate Teaching in Psychology
Association of Psychological Science | $5,000.00 | 2019
Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Cogdop Annual Travel Award Year 1 of 2
Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology | $2,550.00 | 2018
Role: Principal Investigator

Internally Funded Projects

Accelerated Tracks in Psychology
$5,353.00 | 2015
Research Grant

Professional Affiliations

  • Association of Psychological Science
  • Society for the Teaching of Psychology