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PhD., Industrial/Organizational Psychology (expected 2009)
M.A., Experimental Psychology (2005)
Thesis Title: Examining the Effects of Ego-Depletion on Temporal Discounting
B.A., Psychology, 2000
B.A., Religion, with Honors, 2000
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
2008 Outstanding Reviewer Award -
2005-present Rice Graduate Student Fellowship
2005 Selected to attend the Innovate Conference in
CHI / ALLYN & BACON PSYCHOLOGY AWARD.
Awarded for paper (3rd
Perceivers’ Reaction to Behavioral and Self-Reported Self-Handicapping.” American Psychological Association (APA)
Leary, M. R., & Cox, C. (2008). Belongingness motivation: A mainspring of social action. In J. Shah & W.
Cox, C., & Giuliano, T. (1999). Constructing obstacles versus making excuses: Examining perceiver’s reactions to behavioral and self-reported self-handicapping. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 14, 419-432.
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Cox, C., & Beier, M. E. (2008). The effects of the framing of courses on interest: Age, self-efficacy
efficacy, and goal orientation as moderators.
Beier, M. E., Beal, D. J., Hardigree, A. E., & Cox, C. B. (2008). A meta-analysis of age and job
performance: A consideration of job complexity in the context of changing abilities.
Cox, C. B. (2008,
August). Knowledge Sharing. Chaired paper session at the
Cox, C. B. & Beier, M. (2008, August). Framing training to increase interest: Effects of efficacy and goal
orientation. Paper to be presented at the
Cox, C., Kell, H., & Beier, M. (2008, May). Predicting Success in Teaching Math: The Role of
Knowledge, Beliefs and
Classroom Environment. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Society,
Cox, C. & Beier, M. (2008, February). Why do they do it? Perceived rewards of training predict interest
training and development. Poster session
presented at the 16th Annual Midwinter Conference for the Society of
C. (2007, April). The potential cost of reappraisal: Neuroticism
moderates the relationship between reappraisal and cognitive performance. Poster session presented at the Annual
Society of Industrial/Organizational Psychology Conference,
C. (2007, February). Essential leadership in
Paper presented at Education Research Conference,
C. (2006, May). Are men really more impulsive? Exploring gender
differences in discounting rates.
Poster presented at the American Psychological Society,
Cox, C. (2005, February). Discounting rates as a function of the Behavioral
Inhibition System. Poster
presented at the North Carolina Cognition Conference,
Cox, C. B., Patrick, E. C., Barrera, P. V., & Giuliano, T. A. (1999, April). Nothing ventured, nothing lost:
Perceptions of behavioral vs. self-reported self-handicapping. Poster presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque.
UNIVERSITY TEACHING POSITIONS
Instructor Introduction to Psychology Summer 2007, Fall 2008
TEACHING ASSISTANT POSITIONS
Introduction to Statistics Spring
Held weekly lab sessions, graded twice-weekly homework projects and exams, provided assistance to the students utilizing SPSS, assisted with homework as needed.
Research Methods Spring
Developed a lecture for class, held weekly labs for students to ask questions, attended all lectures, graded homework assignments and exams, delivered grades to students.
Introduction to I/O Psychology Spring 2006
Developed a lecture for class, assisted with grading student assignments and tests, delivered grades to students, held office hours outside of class, assisted with in-class assignments, held a showing for the movie “Office Space” outside of class.
Research Methods Fall 2004, Spring 2005
Held bi-weekly mandatory lab meetings with students, led discussions around statistical concepts and applications, designed teaching material for lab, graded homework assignments and exams, assisted with in-class discussions and assignments, tutored students during office hours outside of lab.
Animal Behavior Spring 2004
Graded student presentations,
recorded attendance in class, assisted with transportation on various field
Emotions Fall 2003
Developed two guest lectures and led class discussions, designed and graded quizzes, homework assignments, and exams, conducted item analysis on each exam item, assisted students with questions and assignments, held weekly office hours.
ADDITIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE
English Instructor Taught students of all ages spoken and written English.
English Friends Worked with staff to design lesson plans. Organized outdoor
December 2002-May 2003 Delivered lectures on American customs and culture.
English Instructor Taught students of all ages spoken English. Worked with staff
East, People’s Republic of
July 2001 – January 2002 culture. Taught elementary school on weekends. Designed and administered final exams for students.
ADDITIONAL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
PSYCHIATRIC CARE AIDE Counseled juvenile offenders in a therapeutic community
October, 2000 – May, 2001 Resolved conflicts between clients and assisted field trips into the community.
American Psychological Society
Society of Consulting Psychology
Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology