Our lab is interested in how social constructs affect the perception and behavior of individuals. Our personal histories and our cultural context drive us to draw certain assumptions about others, to perceive them in line with those assumptions, and further down the line to act in accordance with them. In the lab, we examine how stereotypes, group membership, contextual cues, and other sources of information shape our expectations, as well as how they drive person and group perception. We also examine the social consequences of adhering to or violating these expectations.
|Name||Lab manager: Hadas Wardi|
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