The Psychology of Peace and Violence Program stands in solidarity with the signatories of the January 2016 Peace Petition, who are now facing a fresh round of criminal indictments. Read our full statement
Linda Tropp presented her years of research on the relationship between intergroup contact and its effect on racial tensions Monday April 3 in Thompson Hall. Community members and faculty from the psychology, sociology, public policy and economics departments attended the talk titled, “Are We Stronger Together? How Contact Between Groups Transforms Attitudes and Social Relations.”
Linda Tropp co-wrote a blog for the Psychology Benefits Society of the American Psychological Association titled "Crossing Boundaries: How Intergroup Contact Can Reduce Racial Anxiety and Improve Race Relations"