Faculty Advisor: Charisse L'Pree Corsbie-Massay, Ph.D
B.S., Liberal Studies, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
M.A., General Psychology, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT
Area of Research: Media representation, self and identity, entertainment, intergroup relations, and political communication
Green, K. N. (2022, February 17). (A)woke & Watching: A Qualitative Study on Racial Attitudes and Media Engagement. [Poster presentation]. Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) 2022 Convention, San Francisco, California. Virtual conference.
Shi, J., Mucedola, A., Lin, T., & Green, K. N. (2021). The Politics of Behaving Badly: How ingroup-outgroup conditions affect individuals’ perceived credibility and partisan ambivalence. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), New Orleans, Louisiana. Virtual Conference.
Green, K.N., & Ghulamhussain, Z. (2020 August 6-9). Oh Snap! The Relationship Between Snapchat Engagement, Jealousy, and FoMO. [Poster presentation]. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), San Francisco, California. Virtual conference.
Green, K. (2020 May 20-26). Media Use, Skin Tone, and Self-Esteem. 2020 at International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Virtual Conference.
Kandice Green is a doctoral candidate at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University. Her research interests lie at the intersection of media and social psychology. Primarily examining how people use entertainment media to formulate their attitudes, ideologies, and identities. She is interested in how the formations of these concepts transfer into behaviors and choices in social groupings, especially intergroup relations. She has presented research at conferences such as the Association for Education in Journalism, Mass Communication and the International Communication Association, and Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Kandice designed and taught the course Diversity in Shondaland, which focused on the presentation of various diversity topics presented in programs by the storytelling company Shondaland, including Grey’s Anatomy, Scandal, and Bridgerton.