Jamie Barden


Department of Psychology

Howard University


Doctorate in Social Psychology from Ohio State University

Research funding from American Psychological Foundation and NSF

Co-Director of the Howard-NAEP Statistics and Evaluation Institute

Statistics and Evaluation Workshops


I am curious about how people reach judgments of others.  This includes everything from the thoughts we have about our thoughts to cognitions outside of our awareness.


I often study the consequences of placing the self and others into social categories (race, gender, sexual orientation).  



Doctoral students and undergraduates collaborate on questions of shared interest including: 

How do negative racial stereotypes make Black students 

more certain they failed at a standardized test?

How do racial disparities in orthodontia care translate into 

disparities in employment?

Lab Details

Contact & Info

Undergraduate Course Information on Blackboard

Snail Mail: 

Howard University Dept. of Psychology 

525 Byant St. NW N-179  Washington DC 20059

In Person:

525 Bryant Street NW N-295 Washington DC 20059



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