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Harold Abel School of Psychology Department of Psychology

Mei Jiang


  • Doctor of Psychology - Clinical Psychology
  • MS in Clinical Psychology - Applied Research
  • MS in Clinical Psychology - Clinical Counseling
  • MS in Clinical Psychology - Forensic Psychology
  • MS in Clinical Psychology - Sex Therapy
  • MS in Psychology - Applied Behavior Analysis
  • MS in Psychology - Child and Adolescent Developme
  • MS in Psychology - Educational Psychology
  • MS in Psychology - Eval Research and Measurement
  • MS in Psychology - General Psychology
  • MS in Psychology - Industrial/Organization Psych
  • MS in Psychology - Leadership Coaching Psychology
  • MS in Psychology - Sport Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology - Addiction Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology - Developmental Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology - Educational Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology - General Psychology
  • PhD in Psychology - Industrial/Organization Psych


  • Doctor of Philosophy
    Texas A And M University Commerce, 2009
    Major: Educational Psychology
  • Master of Science
    Texas A And M University Commerce, 2006
    Major: Psychology
  • Master of Prof Accounting
    Texas A And M University Kingsville, 2001
    Major: Accounting
  • Bachelor of Arts
    Sichuan Normal University, 1997
    Major: English Education


  • "Wrote Test Bank items for (Chapter 11: Emotion and Motivation)"Allyn & Bacon Publishers 2007
  • "Power and Spatial Relations"Taylor & Francis Group 2012
  • "Acculturation in Relation to the Acquisition of a Second Language" 2008


  • "2nd Annual Psychology Synergy Conference"Stereotype Threat, Academic Motivation, and Achievement in African American and European American College Students
    Plano, TX. October 2007
  • "55th Annual convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association"Perceiving Power: A Study of Spatial Relations as Perceptual Symbols in a Picture Choice Task.
    San Antonio, TX. April 2009
  • "4th Annual TAMUS Pathways Student Research Symposium"Are emoticons as important as we expected? A study on the impacts of emoticons in Computer-Mediated Communication
    Prairie View, TX. November 2006
  • "54th Annual Convention of the Southwestern Psychological Association"The perceptions and impacts of emoticons in Computer-Mediated Communication.
    Kansas City, MO. April 2008

Department Faculty

Faculty Chair

Irene Nicolet PHD, MA, BA

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