Angelique B Williams

Angelique B Williams

Angelique B Williams

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Applied Developmental Psychology

Angelique is a third-year graduate student pursuing her PhD in ADP. She graduated with her Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Morgan State University in 2016. While at Morgan State University, she worked as an NIH NIGMS-RISE undergraduate student researcher. As such, she examined the effects of factors such as social problem solving ability and perceived stress levels on academic performance. Currently, Angelique studies under the tutelage of Dr. Adam Winsler, her current research projects focus on the effects of environmental influences, such as culture and socioeconomic status, on academic outcomes in communities of color and underrepresented populations.

Courses Taught

PSYC 379 - Cross Cultural Psychology

PSYC 418 - Death Dying and Grieving

PSYC 380 - Intro to Forensic Psychology

PSYC 211 - Lifespan Development

Education

BS in Psychology (2016). Morgan State University, Baltimore, MD; MA in Applied Developmental Psychology (2018). George Mason University, Fairfax, VA. 

Recent Presentations

Williams, A., Ricciardi, C., & Winsler, A. (2018, June). “Why So Different? Parent   and Preschool Teacher Perceptions of the Social Skills and Behavior Problems of Black and Latino Boys,”Poster presented at the National Research Conference on Early Childhood, Arlington, VA.

Williams, A. B., Picci, G., & Winsler, A. J. (2017, May). Longitudinal follow up of children of color with autism: Predictors of success. Poster presented at the American Psychological Society’s 29th Annual Convention, Boston, MA.