Faculty & Staff Directory

Pam Brand

Brand

Office: Mahar 412

Phone: 315.312.3464

Email: pam.brand@oswego.edu

 

Fall 2013 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  PSY 341-800                                           
Course Title:  
Self & Social Identity                               
Day(s):
  Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time:  10:20-11:15
Location:  Mahar 203

Course Number:  PSY 357-800
Course Title:  Development of Criminal Behavior
Day(s):  Monday, Wednesday, Friday
Time:  11:30-12:25
Location:   Lanigan 107

Course Number:  PSY 357-ON1
Course Title:  Development of Criminal Behavior
Day(s): 
Time: 
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Fall 2013 Office Hours
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Spring 2013 Class Schedule:
Course Number:  HDV 341-800
Course Title:  Self & Social Identity
Day(s):  MWF
Time:  10:20-11:15
Location:  Mahar 203

Course Number:  HDV 341-810
Course Title:  Self & Social Identity
Day(s):  MWF
Time:  11:30-12:25
Location:  Mahar 203

Course Number:  HDV 357-800
Course Title:  Developmnent of Criminal Behavior
Day(s):  MWF
Time:  1:50-2:45
Location:  Lanigan 107

Spring 2013 Office Hours:
Day:  MWF     Time:   9:00-10:00 


Research Interests:
Pam Brand is interested in the causes of criminal behavior, particularly during childhood and adolescence, and how to prevent or change that behavior.  She teaches courses on the developmnet of criminal behavior (HDV 357) and how humans develop and modify a sense of self across the lifespan (HDV 341).

Professional Information:
Education:
Ph.D.: (1992) Psychology, University of Vermont, Area of Concentration: Social
M.A.: (1989)  Psychology, University of Vermont, Area of Concentration: Social
B.A.: (1986) Psychology, (w/honors; Phi Beta Kappa) Mills College, Oakland, CA
A.A.: (1982) Liberal Studies, College of San Mateo, San Mateo, CA

Professional Organizations:
Association for Psychological Science
Society for Personality and Social Psychology
American Psychology-Law Society
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Society for the Teaching of Psychology
Eastern Psychological Association

Recent Papers and Publications:
Brand, P.A., & Anastasio, P.A. (2009, May).  "Symbolic" properties of death penalty attitudes:  Differences between opponents and supporters.  Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.

Brand, P.A. (Ed.).  (2008).  Lesbians and work:  The advantages and disadvantages of "comfortable shoes".  New York, NY:  Routledge/Taylor & Francis Books.  [Special issue of the Journal of Lesbian Studies, 12(1), published in book form.]

Brand, P.A.  (2008).  Foreward:  Lesbians and work:  The advantages and disadvantages of "comfortable shoes".  Journal of Lesbian Studies, 12(1), 1-5.

Anastasio, P.A., & Brand, P.A.  (2008, May).  A multiple-item measure of death penalty attitudes.  Poster presented at the annual convention of the Association  for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL.

Anastasio, P.A., & Brand, P.A.  (2006, May).  The relationship between legal authoritarianism and violence-related attitudes.  Poster presented at the annual convention of the association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.

Brand, P.A., & Anastasio, P.A.  (2006).  Violence-related attitudes and beliefs:  Scale construction and psychometrics.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21(7), 856-868.

Brand, P.A., & Anastasio, P.A.  (2005).  Heart follows head:  Influencing vioilence-related attitudes in the classroom.  Social Psychology of Education, 8(4), 395-405.

Brand, P.A., & Anastasio, P.A.  (2005, March).  Heart follows head:  Influencing violence-related attitudes in the classroom.  Poster presented at the annual convention of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Anastasio, P.A., & Brand, P.A.  (2005, March).  Constructing the Violence-Related Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (V-RABS).  Poster presented at the annual convention of the Eastern Psycholgical Association, Boston, MA.