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Name: Wendy R. Williams
Title: Assistant Professor
Office: Psychology / COLA
Phone: 304-696-2779
Email: williamw@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
Publications:
Bullock, H. E, Williams, W. R., & Limbert, W. M. (2003). Predicting support for policies: The impact of attributions and beliefs about inequality. Journal of Poverty, 7(3), 35-56.

Bullock, H. E., Wyche, K. F., & Williams, W. R. (2001). Media images of the poor. Journal of Social Issues, 57(2), 229-246.

Albarracín, D., Ho., R., McNatt, P. S., Williams, W. R., Rhodes, F., Malotte, C.K., Hoxworth, T., Bolan, G., Zenilman, J., Iatesta, M, & The Project RESPECT Study Group (2000). The structure of outcome beliefs in condom use. Health Psychology, 19(5), 458–468.

Leach, C. W. & Williams, W. R. (1999) Between past and future: Identity and conflicting expectations of the future in Northern Ireland. Political Psychology, 20(4), 875-896.
 
 
Scholarly Presentations:
Williams, W.R., & Franco, J.L. (2005, February). Preventing double victimization: Advocating on behalf of battered women with dependent children. In R.A. Downing (Chair), Research to Practice: Using Research as Advocacy for Women in Community Settings.Symposium conducted at the 30th Annual Conference for The Association for Women in Psychology, Tampa, Florida (accepted).

Williams, W. R., & Pacheco, S. (2004, June). Assessing community attitudes toward housing for mental health consumers. Poster session presented at the biennial convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Washington, DC.

Williams, W. R. (2004, June). Lessons learned from working with two local community groups. In W.R. Williams (Chair), Working with(in) your community: Conducting Lewin full-cycle research as a graduate student. Symposium conducted at the biennial convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Washington, DC.

Williams, W. R. (2004, April). A framework for studying class-based stigmatization. Informal paper presented at the Twenty-First Annual Claremont Symposium on Applied Social Psychology, Claremont, California.

Williams, W. R., & Bullock, H. E. (2002, June). Effort, ethnicity, and time-limits for welfare benefits. Poster session at the biennial convention of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI), Toronto, Canada.

Williams, W. R., & Limbert, W. M. (2001, August). A meta-analytic review of the effects of gender and political orientation on attributions for poverty. Poster session at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), San Francisco, CA.

Bullock, H. E, Williams, W. R., & Limbert, W. M. (2001, August). Attributions, beliefs about inequality, and support for progressive welfare policies. Poster session at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), San Francisco, CA.

Williams, W. R., & Bullock, H. E. (2001, February). Who are the “worthy” poor?: Examining the factors that influence judgments of deservingness. Poster session at the annual convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychologists (SPSP), San Antonio, TX.

Williams, W. R. & Brown, L. M. (2000, February). Sociopolitical orientation and attribution: Automatic and controlled processing in the formation of attributions. Poster session at the annual convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychologists (SPSP), Nashville, TN.

Williams, W. R. & Brown, L. M. (1998, November). Don't liberals work hard?: Investigating the relationship between political orientation and value systems. Poster session at the annual meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists (SSSP), Athens, GA.

Leach, C. W. & Williams, W. R. (1998, August). Between past and future: Identity and conflicting expectations of the future in Northern Ireland. Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), San Francisco, CA.
 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
Community Service:
State licensed Advocate for Victims of Domestic Violence, Walnut Avenue Women’s Center (WAWC), Santa Cruz, CA. (2005-2001)

Domestic Violence Crisis Line, WAWC, Santa Cruz, CA. (2005-2002)

Housing Advisory Team, Mental Health Community Action Network, Santa Cruz, CA. (2005-2003)
 

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