Caitlin S. Ducate

Caitlin S. Ducate

PhD Candidate of Criminal Justice

Indiana University

Caitlin Ducate is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Criminal Justice at Indiana University. Her research interests include how cognitive schemata such as identity and implicit cognitions influence criminal offending behavior. Her dissertation explores how threats to masculine and feminine gender identities may cause deviant behavior through the mechanism of emotion.

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  • Identity
  • Gender & Crime
  • Social Psychology
  • Offender Decision-Making
  • Intimate Partner Violence
  • Quantitative Methods & Analysis
  • Ph.D. in Criminal Justice, Present

    Indiana University, Bloomington

  • M.S. in Forensic Psychology, 2014

    University of Kent, Canterbury

  • M.S. in Psychology, 2013

    Leeds Beckett University, Leeds

  • B.S. in Psychology, B.A. Asian Studies, 2012

    Furman University, Greenville