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Anjoo Sikka

Professor of Psychology
Bailey 138
585-245-5202
sikka@geneseo.edu
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Anjoo Sikka

Spring 2022 Office Hours: Wednesdays 2:30-3:30 PM, Thursdays 3-4 PM, and by appointment (to avoid a long wait or crowding, please let me know by email if you plan to visit during my office hours)

Anjoo Sikka has been a member of Geneseo faculty since 2012.

Area of Interest

  • Educational Psychology 

Research Interests

  • Teacher attitudes toward, and competence in, educational assessment
  • Cultural factors in the impact of Self-Silencing in intimate relationships
  • First- and second generation-immigrant teenagers’ experiences in the U.S.
  • Asian students' experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Program assessment of teacher education programs

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D., Educational Psychology (Specialization in Creativity and Giftedness), Minor: Special Education, Mississippi State University, 1991

  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, Maharaja Sayajirao University, 1985

  • B.A., Major: Psychology, Minor: Statistics, Maharaja Sayajirao University, 1983

Recent Courses Taught

  • PSYC 215 - Child Development

  • PSYC 250 - Behavioral Statistics

  • PSYC 202 - Educational Psychology

Selected Publications

  • Sikka, A., Vaden-Goad, L., Waldner, L. (2010). Authentic self-expression: Gender, ethnicity, and culture. In Jack, D., & Ali, A. (Eds.). The depression epidemic: International perspectives on women’s psychological distress and self-silencing. UK: Oxford University Press.

  • Sikka, A. (2009). Investigating, understanding and honoring diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds: Asian and south Asian students. In Van Horn, L. (Ed.) Reading on the edge: Enabling, empowering, and engaging middle school readers. Christopher E. Gordon publishers. (note: chapter published with Y. Padron & S. McIntosh: Each co-author is an individual author of a sub-section)

  • Sikka, A., Nath, J.L., & Cohen, M. (2008). A longitudinal case study of assessment-related knowledge and attitudes of a preservice teacher of mathematics. International Journal of Case Method Research & Application. 20(3), 277-284.

Classes

  • PSYC 215: S/Child Development

    An overview of the nature and course of human development from conception through childhood. Topics include physical, perceptual, cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional, and personality development.

  • PSYC 385: M/Cross-Cultural Psychology

    A consideration of the influence of culture on human behavior and development, both normal and abnormal. Emphasis is placed on research dealing with non-Western cultures and minority cultures in the United States.