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Linda Tropp was a featured panelist at Social Science Research Methods at the Frontier: Affirming Black Lives Matter

Linda Tropp

Social Science Research Methods at the Frontier: Affirming Black Lives Matter Wednesday | March 23 | 12:30-2:00 pm – UMass Campus Center Hadley Room

Three scholars of race and politics reflect critically on the frontiers of research methods in each of their disciplines in light of the fight for racial justice. This event is part of a week long, campus-wide and interdisciplinary engagement with the Black Lives Matter movement, and is co-sponsored by ISSR and the Psychology of Peace and Violence Program.

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Linda Tropp presented at the APA congressional briefing: The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination: A Scientific Perspective on Immigration

Immigration briefing - speakers and APA organizers

Linda Tropp was invited to present as part of a congressional briefing on the psychology of prejudice and discrimination in the context of immigration, held March 17, 2016  in Washington DC.  

A panel of expert psychologists discussed:

  • The psychological factors that lead to biases.
  • The psychological, physical and economic effects on individuals and communities.
  • The empirically-based policy solutions that address these biases.

 

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