Audrey E. Parrish, Ph.D.
Dr. Parrish is Assistant Professor of Psychology at The Citadel. She received her B.S. in Biology from Winthrop University in 2009 and her M.A. (2011) and Ph.D. (2015) in Psychology from the Cognitive Sciences Program at Georgia State University.
While at Georgia State, she served as the Duane M. Rumbaugh Fellow. She also was a 2CI University Doctoral Fellow in Primate Social Cognition, Evolution and Behavior and a Brains and Behavior Fellow of GSU. She is active in APA, where she served on the APAGS Science Committee while still a graduate student.
Dr. Parrish serves on the editorial boards of Frontiers in Comparative Psychology and Translational Issues in Psychological Science. She received the APA Interdivisional Mentoring Award (Division 3 & Division 6), APA Division 3’s Best Early Career Presentation at the Comparative Cognition Society meeting, and the Richard Morrell Outstanding Graduate Student in Psychology Award from GSU.
She currently teaches Psychometrics, Learning and Behavior, Comparative Cognition, Experimental Psychology & Research Methods, Psychological Statistics, and General Psychology at the Citadel. She also has taught Cognitive Psychology and Animal Behavior courses at GSU and a Research Methods Lab course at Spelman College. Click here for her full CV.