Senior Lecturer
Psychology

Ashley Doane Ph.D.

250 Mills Goldwin Bldg
Norfolk, 23529

Ph.D. in Applied Experimental Psychology, Old Dominion University, (2011)

M.S. in Psychology, Old Dominion University, (2009)

B.S. in Psychology, Old Dominion University, (2007)

Expertise

Psychology
Cyberbullying

Research Interests

My research interests include predictors of cyberbullying victimization and perpetration, the role of cyberbullying bystanders, and cyberbullying prevention. I have worked with students to develop and evaluate student-led cyberbullying programs that focus on reducing cyberbullying perpetration and victimization and improving positive bystander behavior.

Articles

Doane, A., Ehlke, S. and Kelley, M. (2020). Bystanders Against Cyberbullying: a Video Program for College Students. International Journal of Bullying Prevention 2 (1) , pp. 41-52.
Doane, A., Boothe, L. G.., Pearson, M. and Kelley, M. (2016). Risky electronic communication behaviors and cyberbullying victimization: An application of Protection Motivation Theory. Computers in Human Behavior 60 , pp. 508-513.
Doane, A., Kelley, M. and Pearson, M. (2016). Reducing cyberbullying: A theory of reasoned action-based video prevention program for college students. Aggressive Behavior 42 (2) , pp. 136-146.
Doane, A., Kelley, M., Chiang, E. S.. and Padilla, M. (2013). Development of the Cyberbullying Experiences Survey. Emerging Adulthood 1 (3) , pp. 207-218.
Pearson, M., Murphy, E. and Doane, A. (2013). Impulsivity-like traits and risky driving behaviors among college students. Accident Analysis & Prevention 53 , pp. 142-148.
Milletich, R., Kelley, M., Doane, A. and Pearson, M. (2010). Exposure to Interparental Violence and Childhood Physical and Emotional Abuse as Related to Physical Aggression in Undergraduate Dating Relationships. Journal of Family Violence 25 (7) , pp. 627-637.

Book Chapters

Doane, A. (2022). In-Person Video and Peer-Delivered Approaches to Cyberbullying Prevention Research Anthology on Combating Cyber-Aggression and Online Negativity (pp. 615-639) IGI Global.
Doane, A. (2020). In-Person Video and Peer-Delivered Approaches to Cyberbullying Prevention Advances in Human Resources Management and Organizational Development (pp. 513-537) IGI Global.
Kelley, M., Doane, A. and Pearson, M. (2011). Single Military Mothers in the New Millennium: Stresses, Supports, and Effects of Deployment Risk and Resilience in U.S. Military Families (pp. 343-363) Springer New York.

Presentations

(August , 2020). Comparing Cyberbullying Intervention Programs in a Sample of African American College Students APA Convention .
(August , 2020). Cyberbullying Victimization, Perpetration, and Bystander Responses in Sexual Minority Undergraduates APA Convention .
(August , 2020). The Effects of Photosynthetic Active Radiation Illuminated Plants on Mood and Task Performance APA Convention .
Doane, A. (August , 2020). Comparing Cyberbullying Intervention Programs in a Sample of African American College Students Poster APA Convention 2020 .
(August , 2020). Cyberbullying Victimization, Perpetration, and Bystander Responses in Sexual Minority Undergraduates Poster APA Convention 2020 .
(November , 2018). Bystanders Against Cyberbullying: An Intervention Program International Bullying Prevention Conference .
(March , 2018). Risky Behaviors across Different Modes of Communication as Predictors of Cyberbullying Victimization Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention .
(April , 2017). Joining, Helping, or Standing By? Experiences and Reactions of Cyberbullying Bystanders. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting .
(April , 2017). Standing By and Doing Nothing: Applying Theory of Planned Behavior to Bystander Behaviors When Witnessing Cyberbullying Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting .
(October , 2015). Risky Electronic Communication Behaviors and Cyberbullying Victimization among College Students. 7th Conference on Emerging Adulthood .
(October , 2015). The Prediction of Risky Electronic Communication and Cyberbullying Victimization Using the Protection Motivation Theory. Conference on Emerging Adulthood .
(May , 2015). Protection Motivation Theory and Online Safety Behaviors: Implications for Cyberbullying? 27th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(May , 2015).  Can Impulsivity-like Traits Predict Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization among College Students? 27th Annual Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(July , 2014). Predictors of Cyberbullying Perpetration among College Students: An Application of the Theory of Reasoned Action. 21st World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression .
(July , 2014). Testing of an In-Person Cyberbullying Video Prevention Program for College Students. 21st World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression .
(May , 2014). Testing of a Peer-Delivered Cyberbullying Prevention Program for College Students. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(May , 2013). Teaching the Truth about Lies to Psychology Students: The Speed Lying Task. APS-STP Teaching Institute .
(May , 2013). Impulsivity-like Traits and Risky Driving Behaviors among College Students. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(May , 2013). Testing of a Brief Video-Based Cyberbullying Prevention Program in College Students. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(May , 2012). Cyberbullying Victimization in College Students: Malice, Deception, Public Humiliation, and Unwanted Contact. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(August , 2011). Parenting Predictors of Cyberbullying. 119th Annual APA Convention .
(May , 2011). Pilot Testing of a Brief Internet Cyberbullying Prevention Program on College Students Psychological Science Convention .
(April , 2011). Development of the Cyberbullying Experiences Survey. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting .
(August , 2010). The Effects of Deployment on Children: A Comparison of Single and Married Navy Mothers. 118th Annual APA Convention .
(July , 2010). Characteristics Associated with Days of Attendance and Treatment Compliance among Clients in Substance Abuse Treatment. International Congress of Applied Psychology .
(April , 2010). Development and Piloting of the Identification of Harassers and Victims of Cyber Harassment Questionnaire Conference on Human Development .
(April , 2009). Online Bullies: College Students’ Reports of Internet Harassment and Cyberbullying. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting .
(October , 2008). Online versus Offline Communication in Positive and Negative Interactions. Poster presented at the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists Annual Meeting .
(October , 2008). College Students’ Experiences of Internet Harassment and Cyberbullying and Changes in Online Behavior. Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists Annual Meeting .
(May , 2008). Children's Role in Women’s Compliance in a Treatment Program for Substance Abuse. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
(May , 2007). On-line vs. Off-line Communication and Loneliness. Association for Psychological Science Convention .
  • 2022: Faculty Advisor of the Year Award, Chowan University
  • 2022: Faculty Excellence in Teaching Award Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2021: Alpha Chi Teacher of the Year Award Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2021: Faculty Advisor of the Year Award Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2021: McDowell Columns Scholar Prize Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2020: Alpha Chi Mentor, Chowan University
  • 2020: Faculty Advisor of the Year Award Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2020: McDowell Columns Scholar Prize Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2019: Faculty Advisor of the Year Award Finalist, Chowan University
  • 2017: Alpha Chi Mentor, Chowan University
  • 2016: Alpha Chi Mentor, Chowan University
  • 2014: McDowell Columns Scholar Prize Recipient, Chowan University
  • 2013: McDowell Columns Scholar Prize Final, Chowan University
  • 2011: Outstanding Classroom Instructor Graduate Teaching Award, Old Dominion University
  • 2010: Outstanding Laboratory Instructor Graduate Teaching Award Nominee, Old Dominion University
  • 2007: Distinguished Graduate in Psychology Award, Old Dominion University
  • 2007: Student Affairs Outstanding Leadership Award, Old Dominion University
  • 2007: The Award for Academic Excellence, Old Dominion University
  • 2007: The Elizabeth C. Guy Outstanding Academic Award, Old Dominion University