Careers Up Close: Joel Anderson on Gender and Sexual Prejudices, the Freedoms of Academic Research, and the Importance of Collaboration
Joel Anderson, a senior research fellow at both Australian Catholic University and La Trobe University, researches group processes, with a specific interest on prejudice, stigma, and stereotypes.
Can Body Shaming Be Outlawed?
In 1961 at the age of 37, Jean Nidetch, who struggled with her weight for most of her life, signed up for a 10-week program offered by the New York City Board of Health called the
Black Women’s Childhood Symptoms of Disordered Eating Predict Symptoms in Adulthood
New research finds that childhood symptoms of disordered eating are predictive of symptoms in adulthood regardless of race, debunking the myth that eating disorders don’t affect Black women.
New Research in Psychological Science
A sample of research on perceptual learning, prejudice, how the mind represents physical states, moralistic punishment, feelings, blindness and visual memory, perceptions of threat, and spatial navigation and reorientation.
Ford Fellow to Explore Collaborative Research in “Extreme Ideological Hate”
Jeni Kubota, an associate professor at the University of Delaware, focuses on implicit racial bias and basic social cognitive processes as drivers of injustice.
Careers Up Close: Angelo Brandelli Costa on Prejudice, Sexuality, and the Health of the LGBTQ+ Population
Angelo Brandelli, associate professor of social psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, researches the social and health of the LGBTQ+ population.