Jordan Hall, Building 01-420 Room 271
My research, funded by a K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award from NICHD, examines the malleability of person perception across context and time, and the effects of such malleability on intergroup cognition and behavior. Particularly, I study how the racial categorization process, both in its development in early childhood and in its application once fully formed, is influenced by culture, motivation and situational cues. My research interests can be divided into two main lines of inquiry: I. Racial Ambiguity, and II. Development of race-related knowledge.
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