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Craig Jackson

Craig Jackson

Associate Professor of Psychology

Office Location: Roop 4
Phone: 757-233-8767
Department/s: Psychology

A native of West Palm Beach, Florida, Virginia has been Craig's home since 2001 where he's worked as Visiting Assistant Professor in the psychology department at Randolph-Macon Woman's College and Lynchburg College. Prior to moving to Lynchburg, he earned his Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in social and personality psychology from Florida Atlantic University and my B.S. in psychology from the University of Florida. Craig's research interests include social cognition, particularly impression management and impression formation, the assessment and consequences of person-environment fit, and group dynamics. He enjoys using the tools of an experimental psychologist to help understand both applied and theoretical problems. Craig particularly likes sharing his interests in research with students by supervising independent projects and encouraging them to present their work at regional and national conferences. Most recently, his students have presented projects on topics such as the academic self-concepts of African-American college students and the positive and negative aspects of gossip.

This represents a sample of recent courses taught by this professor. For the most current course information, consult WebAdvisor "Search for Courses".


PSY102*01 Introduction to Psychology II

PSY210*01 Statistical Analysis in Psych

PSY480*01 Original Research Project

PSY321*01 Industrial/Organizational Psy

PSY392*90 GS: Art Therapy Interventions


PSY477*01 Hist & Systems of Modern Psy


PSY227*01 Social Psychology

PSY320*01 Research Methods in Psy

PSY477*01 Hist & Systems of Modern Psy

SOC227*01 Social Psychology

FYE101*12 First Year Experience

FYE401*12 Peer Advising


PSY305*02 Tpc:Hist Psychpthlogy in Eur