Elizabeth Cralley Wetzler
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer
Department of Psychology
Dr. Cralley earned both her BA in Psychology (1991) and her MA in Psychological Measurement and Statistics (1993) from Illinois State University. In 1999, she earned her PhD in Experimental Social Psychology from Tulane University, focusing her research on stereotyping and intergroup relations. After relocating to Savannah, Georgia, she served on the faculty at the University of South Carolina Beaufort. There she was named as the 2000-2001 Opportunity Scholars Program Faculty Member of the Year. She also spent one year on the faculty at Georgia Southern University. She has been a temporary assistant professor and adjunct faculty member in the Department of Psychology at American University since 2004. Currently, Dr. Cralley and her family live in Bogota, Colombia, while serving as United States Diplomats, and she teaches for AU via distance education.
PhD, Social Psychology, Tulane University
MA, Psychological Measurement & Statistics, Illinois State University
BA, Psychology, Illinois State University
- Languages Spoken
- English, Spanish
- CAS - Psychology
- Asbury - 130
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