Karly A. Cochran

Assistant Professor, Psychology

       Karly A. Cochran


Dr. Cochran earned her doctorate in Psychological Science from Kent State University in 2019 and her masters in General Experimental Psychology from Appalachian State University in 2014. She specialized in social-health psychology and minored in quantitative methodology.

Research Interests

  • Social-Health Psychology and Quantitative Methods


  •   Experimental Psychology (PhD)
    Kent State University
  •   Psychology-General Experimental (MA)
    Appalachian State University
  •   Psychology (BA)
    University of North Alabama

Selected Intellectual Contributions

  • Doris Bazzini, Amanda Pepper, Rebecca Swofford, and Karly A. Cochran. 2015. How Healthy Are Health Magazines? A Comparative Content Analysis of Cover Captions and Images of Women's and Men's Health Magazine. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research
  • S M. Lazenby-Blasingame, A L. Vosburgh, H Sarigul, K A. Cochran, A N. Johnson, S E. Freed, Richard A. Hudiburg, and Larry W. Bates. 2011. A preliminary investigation of the Fundamentalist Card Sort – Phase II. Journal of Alabama Academy of Sciences {Abstract]