“Process: Review of a New Tool for Moderation and Mediation Analyses” will be presented by Brian Lickel, associate professor of psychology, on Thursday, Dec. 5 at 12:45 p.m. in 521B Tobin Hall as part of the Clinical Psychology Colloquium Series.
Lickel’s research focuses on how people interpret events in intergroup conflicts and how these interpretations affect their emotions, self-concepts and support for different social and political policies. A key assumption in his work is that understanding people’s emotions is important for unlocking the processes that amplify or reduce intergroup conflict. Recently, much of his work has examined what determines the emotions that occur in the context of violent intergroup conflicts and how these emotions predict support or opposition to intergroup aggression. Besides understanding people’s reactions to these macro-conflicts, he also studies emotional reactions in interpersonal situations where intergroup conflicts come into play (such as people’s reactions to observing anti-Muslim discrimination in the United States).
Free and open to the public, the event is sponsored by the Psychology Colloquium Series, College of Natural Sciences, clinical department of psychology, Rudd Adoption Research Program and the Center for Research on Families.