- About UHD
- Distance Education
- Financial Aid
- Student Life
The following page is a blank template with a header that contains a quicklinks jump menu and the search UHD function. Page sections are identified with headers. The footer contains all required links, contact and emergency information.
Professor of Psychology
Ph.D. in Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz
M.A. in Psychology, San Diego State University
B.S. in Psychology, San Diego State University
Dr. Anderson arrived at the University of Houston-Downtown in the fall of 2002. She teaches courses in prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination, the psychology of gender, psychology and the law, and research methods. Her research examines subtle forms of prejudice.
Anderson, K. J. (2015). Modern misogyny: antifeminism in a post-feminist era. New York: Oxford University Press.
Robnett, R. D., Anderson, K. J., & Hunter, L. E. (2012). Predicting feminist identity: Associations between gender-traditional attitudes, feminist stereotyping, and ethnicity. Sex Roles, 67,143-157.
Anderson, K. J., & Kanner, M. (2011). Inventing a gay agenda: Students’ perceptions of lesbian and gay professors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 1538-1564.
Anderson, K. J. (2010). Benign bigotry: The psychology of subtle prejudice. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
Last updated or reviewed on 8/29/14