Profile: Sara E. Brady, PhD
Sara E. Brady is an assistant professor of psychology in the department of behavioral sciences at Charleston Southern University. She received her bachelor of science degree (2008) in psychology from the University of Nebraska at Kearney. She received her master of science (2011) and doctorate of philosophy (2013) in experimental psychology from Texas Christian University. Dr. Brady teaches several undergraduate courses in psychology for Charleston Southern including General Psychology, Social Psychology and Physiological Psychology. Her research examines the relationship between attitudes and behavior using memory processes, motivation, cognition, behavior change and individual differences. She is currently interested in implementing cognitive strategies for increasing self-beneficial behaviors (e.g., exercise).
Students who are interested in the psychology program or conducting psychological research are welcome to contact Dr. Brady with questions. She is exited about equipping students with the tools needed to pursue a degree or career in psychology.