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Justine N. Egan-Kunicki

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  • Associate Professor
  • : (401) 825-2222
  • : Lincoln
  • : 1762 Old Louisquisset Pike
  • : [email protected]


2016 - Ph.D. Psychology w/concentration in Behavioral Science2014 - M.A. Psychology2010 - B.A. Psychology & B.S. Sociology w/concentration in Criminology

University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 

Academic Focus

Dr. Egan-Kunicki primarily instructs the following courses at CCRI:


  • PSYC 2010 - General Psychology
  • PSYC 2020 - Social Psychology

  • PSYC 2100 - Theories of Personality

Research Focus

Dr. Egan-Kunicki’s research interests are in the areas of social, personality, multicultural, and peace psychology. Her previous research focused on examining different perceptions of violence and nonviolence, social exclusion, and privilege. She is also a certified Kingian Nonviolence trainer with interests in furthering nonviolence and peace education to facilitate social change. As an educator, she has interests in the areas of gamified learning, distance/hybrid learning, metacognition, and experiential learning (specifically in helping students learn about and conduct psychological research).

Areas of Interest

Social psychology; Implicit and explicit social cognition; Nonviolence and peace psychology; Aggression and intergroup conflict; Mindfulness and meditation; Experimental design; Research methodology and statistics