- Ph.D., 2019, Clinical Psychology, Biola University
- MA, 2016, Clinical Psychology, Biola University
- Ba, 2014, Psychology and Social Behavior, UC Irvine
Christian academia has been transformative and powerful in my own life and I'm so excited to walk alongside students in their journey of understanding how to integrate psychology and faith. Among some of my scholarly interests are gender issues in Christian culture, including benevolent sexism, purity culture, gender role beliefs and LGBTQ+ beliefs.
Publications & Presentations
- Horrell, K. E., Hall, M. E., Anderson, T. L., & Lee, G. (In Press). Gender Role Ideologies, Marital Satisfaction, and Eudaimonic Well-Being in Evangelical Women. Journal of Psychology and Theology.
- Horrell, K. E., Hall, M. E., Anderson, T. L., & McMartin, J. (2019). The Privileged Sex? An Examination of Gendered Beliefs and Well-Being in Evangelical Men. Journal of Psychology and Theology.
- Horrell, K. E., Patriquin, M. A, Daza, P., Yang, R., Hogan, L., & Rohr, J. C. (2019, May). Gender Differences in Difficulty with Emotion Regulation and Psychological Inflexibility. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
- Davis, L., Horrell, K. E., Anderson, T. L., & Hall, M. E. L., (2018). Religious and Role Contributions to the Marital Satisfaction of Evangelical Women. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 46(3), 184-198.
- Horrell, K. E., Hall, M. E., & Anderson, T. L. (2017, March). Gender Role Ideologies, Eudaimonic Well-Being, and Locus of Control in Christian women. Poster presented at the Christian Association of Psychological Studies Annual Conference, Lombard, IL.