My research tackles these questions and advances our understanding of how diversity, inequality, and discrimination shape people’s attitudes and relations with people from other social groups, policy preferences, and support for social change. I explore these intergroup dynamics, both from the perspective of people belonging to groups that are culturally-devalued (stigmatized) and those belonging to groups that are culturally-valued (socially-dominant)—all the while taking into account that due to the sheer number of different identities people have, most people possess both valued and devalued identities.
- Society for Personality and Social Psychology
- Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS)
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