Race Relations

Joshua Correll

  University of Chicago, USA http://home.uchicago.edu/~jcorrell/index.html What does your research focus on? Racial stereotypes are complex and multifaceted. Researchers have highlighted the diverse attributes that are associated with a variety of racial groups. But amid this variability, stereotypes of the “other” as dangerous seem to occupy a special role. In More

How Cultural Factors and Suicide Risk Interact

In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Lillian Polanco from Hunter College present her APSSC Award–winning poster session research on “Cultural Risk and Protective Factors for Depression and Suicidal Ideation.” Polanco and her coauthors Jessica Silver and Regina More

Optimism, Race, and Blood Pressure

In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Bryan Jensen from Brigham Young University present his poster session research entitled “Race/Ethnic Differences in Ambulatory Blood Pressure Might Not Be Optimal.” To conduct this APSSC Award–winning research, Jensen and his More

Arabs Are Blamed for Car Accidents More Than Caucasians (APSSC Award Winner)

In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Allison Skinner from the University of Southern Indiana present her research on “Anti-Arab Prejudice Extends Beyond Terrorist Stereotypes: Arabs Are Blamed for Car Accidents More Than Caucasians.” Allison L. Skinner University More