Social Identity & Justice Lab
The Social Identity & Justice Lab examines how prejudice, stigmatization, and other group-based biases develop and persist. We study the psychological processes associated with social identity, intergroup behavior and decision-making, moral judgment, and belief systems that serve to maintain system-level social injustice and inequality. We explore these processes from diverse conceptual and methodological perspectives, including basic social cognition, experimental philosophy, political psychology, and psychology and the law.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please email the Principal Investigator.