PhD in Social Psychology and Minor in Quant from Ohio State University
Publications include JPSP, JESP, and PSPB
Funding Support from ETS, NSF, and APF
I am curious about how people reach judgments of others. This includes cognitions outside our awareness (implicit) and thoughts we have about our thoughts (meta-cognition).
I often study the consequences of placing the self and others into social categories (race, gender, sexual orientation, religious affiliation).
Methodologically, lab projects typically include experimental research methods, exploration of mechanism, and open science practices.
Students in the lab collaborate on questions of shared interest including:
How do negative stereotypes make Black students
more certain they failed a standardized test?
How do racial disparities in orthodontia care
produce disparities in employment?
How do religious identities and expression of gratitude
differ across cultures?
Fostering inclusive workplaces through implicit bias training
and assessment for diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Meaningful conversations with clients result in
training and assessment built from the ground up.
20 years experience as implicit bias researcher.
10 years directing the Statistics and Evaluation Institute at Howard University.
Psychology is located in a shared workspace two blocks South of campus
641 S Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia 20001, United States