Research Projects

Social Identity Threat and Intervention

People who belong to stigmatized groups may wonder if their group is valued and seen as belonging in academic and work settings. This social identity threat not only raises anxieties over confirming negative group stereotypes, but also can cause stress that directly undermines performance.

New Methods

Recent technological advances have given us new ways of analyzing human social behavior, and have created new spaces in which social interactions occur. Our lab leverages these changes to investigate intergroup differences in behavior and cognition.

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There are many ways to get involved! If you are interested in applying, the best time to submit an application is prior to the start (a few weeks before) of the semester. For summer internships, please contact the laboratory 3-6 months in advance.

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