Welcome to the Social Psychology Research Group!

Social Psychology Research Group conducts social and cultural psychological research. Main research focus is on the construction and experience of social identities (gender, race/ethnicity, nationality, immigrant status) and social inequalities.

Graduate and undergraduate student members of the team take part in various steps of the research process: doing literature reviews, reading and brainstorming, designing and conducting studies, and analyzing data. 

Please browse our website for more information on ongoing projects and opportunities!