Justin Preddie

M.A. Psychology (2019), University of Kansas
B.A. Psychology (2015), Hampton University
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Summary
Research Lab: Biernat Lab and Molina Lab  
Advisor: Dr. Monica Biernat
Research Interests: Broadly, my research focuses on stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination across several domains. I am particularly interested in how the intersection of multiple stigmatized identities (e.g. race, gender and sexual orientation) influence impression formation and person perception processes. I am also interested in the relationship between constructions of national identity and support for restrictive immigration policy.  

Selected Awards & Honors

IPSR Doctoral Fellow (2019-2020)


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