PhD General Psychology, Walden University, 2017
MS Social Psychology, Walden University, 2012
BA Psychology, University of Toledo, 2005
Jessica Holmes is an adjunct professor in psychology. Her research interests are in sexual harassment in higher education, stereotype threat, and women in leadership. Jessica is also a researcher at a local medical university where she explores interventions for executive functioning in ASD and ADHD children and adults. She currently resides just outside of Denver, CO with her husband and three young children. They enjoy playing sports together, board games, and visiting the family cabin in the mountains.
Holmes, J. (2017). The impact of stereotype threat on the social self-efficacy and academic performance of Mexican immigrants. ProQuest database. https://scholarworks.waldenu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=5101&context=dissertations