DR. ANDRIA J. WOODELL
PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY
November 9th, 2020
Address: Central Oregon Community College
2600 College Way
Bend, OR 97701-5998
Work Phone Number: (541) 383-7786
E-mail address email@example.com
EDUCATION: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Ph.D. Social Psychology (2004)
Advisor: David A. Schroeder, Ph.D.
Dissertation: The cognitive and affective precursors of retributive justice.
M.A. Social Psychology (2002)
Advisor: David A. Schroeder, Ph.D.
Masters Thesis: Are all transgressors created (and treated) equal?: The influence of group membership on retribution.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
- Professor of Psychology 2017-current
- Associate Professor of Psychology 2010-2017
- Assistant Professor of Psychology II 2006-2010
- Assistant Professor of Psychology I 2004-2006
- 2017 Burlington COCC Faculty Achievement Award: award given to a faculty member who has demonstrated significant achievement in classroom teaching, leadership and professional excellence.
- 2012 Teaching Resources Award (First Place): sponsored by the American Psychological Association Education Directorate and APA Committee of Psychology Teachers at Community Colleges.
- 2005 Judy Roberts Academic Achievement Award: award given to faculty earning degrees while working at Central Oregon Community College
- 2001 Roland H. Waters Teaching Award, University of Arkansas: annual award given for outstanding potential as a teacher of psychology (2001)
TEACHING EXPERIENCE/ ADVISING
(Central Oregon Community College, 2004-current)
PSY235: Child Development
PSY215: Lifespan Development
PSY216: Social Psychology
PSY201: Mind and Brain
PSY202: Mind and Society
PSY233: Psychology of Violence and Aggression
PSY218: Positive Psychology
PSY 288: Professional Skills in Psychology-Research Seminar
PSY 288: Professional Skills in Psychology-Leadership and Teamwork Seminar
PSY288: Professional Skills in Psychology-Communication and Community Service
(University of Arkansas, 2001-2004)
PSY 2003: General Psychology
PSY 3013: Social Psychology
PSY 3093: Childhood and Adolescence
ADVISING (Central Oregon Community College 2004-current)
Academic advisor to students interested in seeking transfer degrees for psychology or criminal justice programs.
Woodell, A. J. (2020). Leaning into the replication crisis: Why you should consider conducting replication research. Psychology Student Network. https://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/psn/2020/03/replication-crisis
Woodell, A. J. (2020). Discovering the teachable moments of the replication crisis. Psychology Teacher Network. https://www.apa.org/ed/precollege/psychology-teacher-network/introductory-psychology/replication-crisis
Woodell, A.J. (2014). Growing up as a white southerner in the aftermath of desegregation. In E. Watson (Ed.), Overcoming Adversity in Academia: Stories From Generation X Faculty.
Schroeder, D.A., Bembenek, A.F., Kinsey, K., Steel, J. E.,& Woodell, A. J. (2008). A recursive model for changing justice concerns in social dilemmas. In A. Biel, D. Eek, T. Garling, & M. Gustafson(Eds.), New Issues and Paradigms in Research on Social Dilemmas.
Schroeder, D. A., Steel, J. E., Woodell, A. J., & Bembenek, A. F. (2003). Justice within social dilemmas. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 7, 374-387.
Woodell, A. J. (ongoing since 2018) Understanding and Countering Bias in Professional and Personal Environments. Online/Hybrid workshop offered through COCC Continuing Education Program. Bend, OR
Woodell, A.J. (2017) When the tolerant struggle with intolerance: How bias for being virtuous can divide our world further into us vs. them and what to do about it. Professional Workshop for the Clinicians Network, Bend, OR.
Woodell, A.J. (2016) Exploring bystander intervention to address common and uncommon violence on college campuses. Multiple presentations to COCC campus.
Woodell, A. J. (2014) Life hacks: Shortcuts and tips on managing stress and achieving balance in the workplace. Two workshops for Oregon Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. Portland, OR and Bend, OR.
Woodell, A.J. (2013) Burnout: How to know when it is you and not them. Invited speaker for front line campus staff at COCC.
SELECT PRESENTATIONS/PAPERS: * undergraduate presenters
Woodell, A.J. (2018) Our fascination with serial murder. Presentation for Deschutes Public Library Know: Monsters lecture series. Bend, OR.
Ryder, J.*, Woodell, A., Pomeroy, R.*, Clayton, J.*, Palacios, A.*, Helt, R.* & Ferguson, C.* (2018) Individual awareness of committing the attribution substitution heuristic: A CREP replication study. Western Psychology Conference, Portland, OR.
Woodell, A. J. (2017) What is the meaning of life and why do we care? Presentation for Deschutes Public Library Know: Death lecture series. Bend, OR.
Woodell, A. J. (2017) Symposium Chair: The Heroic Imagination Project: empowering
students to be positive agents of change. Western Psychology Conference, Sacramento,
Woodell, A. J. (2017) Who you gonna call? The evolution and success of the Heroic Imagination Project at Central Oregon Community College. Western Psychology Conference. Sacramento, CA.
Woodell, A.J. (2016) Teaching externship to mentor early career instructors. Presentation for COCC Teaching and Learning Center.
Woodell, A. J. (2015) Methods behind mayhem: The Stanford Prison study. Presentation part of the Deschutes Public Library Know: Scandal lecture series. Bend, OR
Woodell, A. J., Forsberg, W.*, Prutzman,& S.*, Mikesell, S.* (2015) Teaching the bystander effect to reduce bullying. Presentation by the COCC Heroic Imagination Team at COCOAEYC Conference. Bend, Oregon.
Woodell, A. J., Lodahl, E.*, Forsberg, W.*& Prutzman, S.* (2015) Bystander intervention:
Harnessing the power of one. Presentation for COCC Sexual Assault Awareness Lecture
Woodell, A. J. (2014) Finding your voice in the classroom. Presentation for COCC Teaching and Learning Center.
Woodell, A.J. (2013) Logistics for developing the Heroic Imagination service learning projects. Western Psychology Association Symposium, Reno, NV.
Naufel, K. Z & Woodell, A. J. ( 2013).Training graduate students to teach psychology at community colleges: The establishment of a teaching internship program. Poster presented at the Society of Teaching Psychology conference. Atlanta, GA.
Woodell, A. J. (2006).Thinking about revenge? The cognitive and affective precursors to retributive justice. Poster presented at the Association of Psychological Science. New York, NY.
Woodell, A. J. & Mize, K. (2006). How stereotypes got a bad name: Understanding the role of power and privilege. Paper presented at the Oregon Association of Teacher Educator conference. Salem, OR.
Woodell, A.J. & Quay, Rise (2005). Dislike of diversity: Its not just a game. Paper presented at Oregon Diversity Institute. Bend, OR.
Schroeder, D. A., Steel, J. E., Bembenek, A. F., & Woodell, A. J. (August 2003). Recognition of necessity and changing justice concerns in social dilemmas. Paper presented at the 10th International Social Dilemmas Conference. Marstrand, Sweden.
Woodell, A. J.,Schroeder, D. A., Bembenek, A. F. & Steel, J. E. (May 2003). Striking back: The nature of retributive reactions to repeated transgressors. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society. Atlanta, GA.
Steel. J. E., Schroeder, D. A., Beike, D. R., Bembenek, A. F., & Woodell, A. J. (May 2003). The role of "looking back" on perceptions of procedural and distributive fairness. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA.
Bembenek, A. F., Steel, J. E., Woodell, A. J.,& Schroeder, D. A. (May 2003). Reactions to procedural justice: the survivor's perspective. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society, Atlanta, GA.
Woodell, A. J., Schroeder, D. A., Steel, J.E., & Bembenek, A. F. (May 2002). Are all transgressors created (and treated) equal?: The influence of group membership on retribution. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Steel, J. E., Schroeder, D. A., Bembenek, A.F., & Woodell, A. J. (May 2002). Social value orientation and preferences for "noisy" groups: Hiding behind the trembling hand. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
Linn, J. A., Knowles, E. S., Boeck, R. M.,& Woodell, A. J. (January 2002). Acknowledging resistance as persuasion strategy. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Los Angeles, CA.
Schroeder, D. A., Steel, J. E., & Woodell,A. J. (August 2001). Interpersonal responses to deficient outcomes in social dilemmas: Behavioral, cognitive, and motivational reactions. Paper presented at the 9th International Social Dilemmas Conference, Chicago, IL.
Woodell, A. J. & Schroeder, D. A. (May 2001). Competition within a cooperative: Fairness and the restoration of justice. Poster presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.
- Faculty Labor Management Team (2019-ongoing)
- Faculty Negotiations Team. Chair (2018-2019)
- Primary Investigator and Faculty mentor for student replication experiments submitted to the CREP organization (2017-current)
- Developer/Faculty Advisor of the COCC Psychology Teaching Externship (2013-current).
- Developed Skype for Scholars. Past featured speakers have included Dr. Phil Zimbardo, Dr. Eliot Aronson, and Dr. Walter Mischel. (ongoing)
- Developer/Faculty Advisor of the Heroic Imagination Project @ COCC (2013-2019).
- Academic Co-Advisor to the COCC collaborative learning program (COPE). (2012-current).
- Assisted with development of COCC Teaching and Learning Center (2013-2016). Faculty Co-Chair (2014-2016).
- Promotions Criteria Task Force (2010-2012).
- Academic Affairs (2010-2014). Chair (2012-2013).
- Developer and Facilitator of COCC Social Science Lecture Series (2008-2013).
- Academic Excellence Committee (2007-2010). Co-chair (2009-2010). Chair (2010-2011).
- College Affairs (2007-2009). Chair (2008-2009).
- Faculty Forum Executive Committee (2006-2008) (2019-ongoing)
Western Psychological Association
Society for Teaching Psychology
Western Positive Psychology Association