- RESEARCH TEAM
Dr. Bonnie Moradi is a Professor in Psychology at the University of Florida.
Dr. Moradi's research focuses on the roles of minority stressors (e.g.,
perceived prejudice and discrimination experiences) and minority identities in
the health and well-being of women, racial/ethnic minority persons, sexual
minority persons, and other minority groups.
Further details about Dr. Moradi's research can be found in her CV.
Apply to be a Research Assistant
Do you want to go to graduate school? Get involved in
research! We are looking for highly motivated individuals who
have an interest in the roles of racism, sexism, homophobia, heterosexism, and
other experiences of prejudice in identity, mental health, and
Click here for a printable application to be submitted to Dr. Moradi's mailbox in the main office (Room 114) of the Psychology Building.
Dr. Moradi's teaching focuses on theory and research related to issues of diversity (e.g., ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation) as well as on contemporary research in counseling psychology. Dr. Moradi currently teaches the following courses:
- PCO 4272: Advanced Seminar in Psychology of Women
- PCO 6278: Multiculturalism and Diversity in Counseling Psychology
- PCO 6931: History and Contemporary Issues in Counseling Psychology