Kelly NeffAssociate Faculty in Psychology
Ph.D. Applied Social Psychology, Claremont Graduate University, 2010
M.A., Applied Social Psychology, Claremont Graduate University, 2006
B.A., Psychology, Georgetown University, 2004
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Dr. Neff joined Saddleback in 2007, where she teaches psychology courses including PSYC 5 (the psychology of sexuality) PSYC 2, research methods, and PSYC 16, Cross-Cultural Psychology. She specializes in Applied Social Psychology, recently finishing her doctoral dissertation on how social relationships predict health-risk behaviors in adolescents. She is committed to creating a fun, informative learning environment where students can feel comfortable to communicate about psychological, cultural, behavioral and social aspects of human sexuality.