Assistant Professor of Psychology
Social/Personality Content Area
Office: Social Sciences 379
Areas of Interest: My research examines how prejudice, stigmatization, and other group-based biases develop and persist. More specifically, I study individual-level psychological processes associated with intergroup behavior and decisionmaking, moral judgment, and belief systems that serve to maintain system-level social injustice and inequality. I explore these processes from diverse conceptual and methodological perspectives, including basic social cognition and group perception, social-cognitive development, and political psychology.