Gabrielle P.A. Smith, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Core Undergraduate Psychology Faculty

Psychology & Philosophy

Gabrielle P.A. Smith, Ph.D.

Contact

gsmith13@twu.edu
940-898-2309
CFO 712

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Education

Ph.D., Experimental Psychology, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 2015
M.A., Gender and Race Studies, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 2015
M.A., Experimental Psychology, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 2012
B.A., Psychology, Spelman College, Atlanta, Georgia, 2010

Research Interests

Racial Identity; Stereotype Threat; Intersecting Social Identities

Latest Articles

Health Disparities and the Heterogeneity of Blacks/African Americans in the United States: Why Should We Care?
Health Promotion Practice (2019)
Ann O Amuta-Jimnez, Wura Jacobs, Gabrielle P.A. Smith

What the Health (WTH)?: Theorizing Southern Black Feminisms in the U.S. South
Agenda (2019)
Jameta N. Barlow, Gabrielle P.A. Smith

Two Peas in a Pod? An Exploratory Examination Into Cancer-Related Psychosocial Characteristics and Health Behaviors Among Black Immigrants and African Americans.
Health Education & Behavior (2019)
Ann O Amuta-Jimenez, Nafissatou Cisse-Egbounye, Wura Jacobs, Gabrielle P.A. Smith

Racial Differences in College Students' Assessments of Campus Race Relations
Journal of College Student Development (2017)
C C Lo, D M McCallum, M Hughes, Gabrielle P.A. Smith, U McKnight

Racial Attitudes Characterizing Social Work Students at a Southern University
Smith College Studies in Social Work (2016)
C C Lo, T C Cheng, Gabrielle P.-A. Smith

Externally Funded Projects

Intramural Andrew W. Mellon Modern Day Slavery Grant
$4,000.00 | 2016
Role: Principal Investigator

The Mississippi Center for Clinical and Translational Research (MCCTR) Investigator Development Program Fellow
$80,000.00 | 2016
Role: Principal Investigator

Internally Funded Projects

Small Grants
ORSP | $750.00 | 2019
Research Grant

The moderating effect of individual factors on the relationship between token awareness and reactions to diversity in recruitment advertising
TWU Center for Women in Entrepreneurship | 2019
Research Grant

"The moderating effect of individual factors on the relationship between token awareness and reactions to diversity in recruitment advertising
College of Business | 2019
Research Grant

Faculty-led Abroad Course Apprentice Grant
GOV-Texas Woman's University | $4,648.00 | 2019
Research Grant

Professional Affiliations

  • Association for Black Psychologists (ABPSI)
  • Association of Psychological Science
  • Dallas/Fort Worth Urban League Young Professionals
  • Society for Personality and Social Psychologists (SPSP)