Amy K. Dicke Bohmann, Ph.D.
Ph.D. (1997) Experimental Psychology, Texas Tech University
M.A. (1994) Psychology, Texas Tech University
B.A. (1992) Psychology and Spanish, Texas Lutheran University
Associate Professor of Psychology
Central Academic Building 351H
- Romantic relationships
- Social dilemmas
- Psychological Research and Statistics I
- Psychological Research and Statistics II
- Psychological Research and Statistics III
- Social Psychology
- Industrial/Organizational Psychology
- Health Psychology
- Gender Issues
- Intimate Relationships
- Substance Abuse
- Psychology of Personal Adjustment
Amy K. Dicke Bohmann, Ph.D. earned a B.A. degree in Psychology and Spanish at Texas Lutheran College, and then earned her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at Texas Tech University (1997) in Experimental Psychology, with a major in Social Psychology and an emphasis in Quantitative Methods. Her dissertation covers optimism and romantic relationships.
Dr. Bohmann has taught Psychology at William Tyndale College, Texas Lutheran University, and St. Mary's University. She has also taught as an adjunct in the Wayland Baptist University Counseling masters program. In 2008, Dr. Bohmann joined Texas A&M University-San Antonio, and teaches Statistics, Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, and other related courses. She is currently Program Coordinator for Psychology.
Dr. Bohmann is Membership Registrar of the Southwestern Psychological Association, former chair of the Southwest Teachers of Psychology, and has been a member of both APA and APS. Her research arras include many areas of romantic relationships, including optimism, alcohol abuse, cohabitation, and relationship breakup. She has also studied problem-solving in dyads, alarmism, stereotyping and prejudice, and college adjustment of Latino students.