Professor Wood teaches classes in social psychology, meta-analysis and systematic research reviews, and the psychology of gender. She is not currently teaching any courses for the Fall 2014 semester. Below are descriptions of courses she has taught in the past:
Social Psychology: Psychology 355 is an introductory undergraduate class for students with minimal background in psychology. It introduces students to social psychology, especially the study of attitudes and attitude change, stereotypes and prejudice, group behavior, aggression, and helping. It highlights implications for consumer behavior, management and operations, health fields, and law.
Meta-analysis and systematic research reviews: Marketing 599 is a graduate-level seminar class that introduces students to the methods of meta-analysis. Students in the class complete their own systematic review in order to learn the procedures for conducting a meta-analytic synthesis.