Dr. Bock graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2020 with his Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology where he specialized in social and cognitive psychology, with an additional emphasis on quantitative psychology.
Courses taught or courses currently teaching: Currently teaching PSYC 212 Behavioral Statistics and PSYC 314 Research Methods in Psychology
Dr. Bock is a social psychologist whose research focuses on explicit and implicit forms of prejudice and stigma, as well as the biases individuals have in recognizing their own prejudices. His research also focuses on cultures of honor, masculinity norms, and consequences for men's mental health.
Bock, J. E., Brown, R. P., & Green, K. (2019). Aging with honor: Examining ambivalent ageism and interpersonal risk-factors for suicide as explanations for the honor-suicide link. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 38(9), 721-750.
Bell, A. C., Burkley, M., & Bock, J. (2019). Examining the asymmetry in judgments of racism in self and others. Journal of Social Psychology, 159(5), 611-627.