Angela Legg, M.A.
Angela M. Legg received a B.A. in psychology from Georgia State University in 2006 and an M.S. in experimental psychology from Georgia Southern University in 2009. She is a Eugene Cota-Robles Fellowship recipient working toward her Ph.D. in social/personality psychology at the University of California, Riverside. Angela is broadly interested in social and health psychology. Angela conducts research on variables influencing the bad news delivery sequence in a variety of settings (medical, educational, and business, for instance) and the role good news can play in the delivery of bad news. She is also interested in anticipated regret, threat management, self-enhancement, and research on the teaching of psychology and student-teacher rapport. Outside of school, Angela enjoys hunter/jumper horseback riding, racquetball, and reading.