Charlotte Moser

M.A. Psychology (2019), University of Kansas
B.S. Psychology (2017), Iowa State University
B.S. Sociology (2017), Iowa State University
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Research Lab: Branscombe Lab
Advisor: Dr. Nyla Branscombe 
Research Interests: Broadly, I study intergroup relations, gender, and allyship. I am particularly interested in how allyship from dominant group members can aid women’s retention and advancement in underrepresented, male-dominated fields. I also study the ways in which to foster solidarity between groups of unequal social status, focusing particularly on the antecedents and motivations for men’s involvement in gender equality. Lastly, I study whether allies impact the perceptions and efficacy of confrontations against sexism from both ingroup and outgroup members.

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