Self & Social Identity



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Project Description

Our research addresses how people cope with prejudice, discrimination, devalued social identities, and stressful life events. We are particularly interested in psychological resilience - the personality characteristics and cognitive, emotional, and behavioral strategies that enable people to maintain their sense of self-esteem and well-being and strive despite negative life events and adversity
The main focus of our current research is the psychology of stigmatization. Ongoing studies examine factors that affect people's likelihood of seeing themselves as targets of discrimination, their cognitive, emotional, behavioral, and physiological responses to perceived discrimination, and the implications of how people cope with discrimination for their psychological well-being.

Undergraduate Contribution

Typical research assistant responsibilities include running participants in experiments, data entry, coding video and physiological data, participant recruitment, and other miscellaneous activities. Psy99/199 credit is available.

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