Lab News

Nicky gives a webinar for EmbraceRace, talking about the importance of "RaceTalk" among White families. Check it out here!

Nicky's first first-authored paper, examining Black and White parents' conversations about race and racism both before and after George Floyd's murder, is published in PNAS. His important and timely work is featured in the …

Carmelle and Peter (center) leave Stanford to get their PhDs. Two legends! 

"Racial Inequality in Psychological Research: Trends of the Past and Recommendations for the Future," is featured in the Stanford Reportthe Association for…

Steven receives a 2020-21 Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching in the School of Humanities and Sciences!

Sai is selected to receive the Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Doctoral Fellowship!

In his editorial vision, Glenn Roisman, editor-in-chief of Child Development, …

Elizabeth Mortenson receives a NSF GRF Honorable Mention!

Carmelle accepts an offer at the University of British Columbia's MA/PhD program in social psych!

Steven is the recipient of the 2021 APS Rising Star Award!

The APA's Monitor on Psychology and the Psi Chi PsychEverywhere podcast features our work on racial inequality within psychological science.

Steven speaks with the Stanford News about a new publication that links racism to the transmission of vector-borne diseases. 

 

Steven is a recipient of the 2021 APS Janet Taylor Spence Award for Transformative Early-…

Eliza Van Wye's honors thesis, "Explanations for norm violations affect preschoolers' judgments  of norm violators," is published in JEP: General. Find the publication here! 

Steven speaks with MindCORE about ongoing projects in the lab and the…

new hymnal and worship book for US and Canadian churches cites our research in justifying decision to avoid gendered language and…

Child Development puts our research and recommendations into practice, requiring that authors from now on 1) describe the demographics of their samples, 2) justify the demographics of their samples, and 3…

PsychSummer research interns Kheshawn Wynn and Micayla Bozeman present in the virtual poster session

"God as a White man: A psychological barrier to conceptualizing Black people and women as leadership worthy," is featured by the Stanford ReportResearch Digest, …

Michelle presents her project at the CDS conference!

The lab welcomes Elizabeth and Nicky, our new graduate students! We also welcome research assistants - Sophia, Julia, Hannah, Leila, Micayla, and Claire!

Mishaela and Forrest present their PsychSummer projects!

Michelle leaves Stanford to work toward her PhD at New York University!

Carmelle begins as the lab's second lab manager

The lab gets together for the first lab meeting of the quarter! We had fun developing some stimuli for one of our studies on children's intergroup cognition.

Steven presents on our research showing how people perceive God as a White man, and how this perception affects whom they see more fit for leadership positions. Read more about his presentation and research here.

The lab gets together to celebrate the end of the quarter and the holidays with a delicious…

Temi presents his research on racialized perceptions of prisons at the Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Public Service (ASURPS)!