Christine Vitiello

Ph.D. Candidate

My personal website can be found here

Areas of Interest/Research

Overall, my research focuses on how attitudes form, change, and transfer from one group or individual to another. I also study attitudes toward mothers and caregivers in the workplace and how the public perceives infant feeding practices.


I am a third year Ph.D. student in the Social Psychology area. I am also a member of Dr. Kate Ratliff’s Attitudes and Social Cognition (ASC) lab.

I earned my B.S. degree in Psychology and a M.S. degree in Experimental Psychology from Georgia Southern University.

Contact Information

Office: 235E Psychology Building