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Dr. Linda Tropp is quoted in article on the Trayvon Martin case

Trayvon Martin case protest

Dr. Linda Tropp is quoted in The Tampa Bay Times article, April 01, 2012, 'Trayvon Martin case highlights need to talk about race issues before someone gets killed'. Dr. Tropp talks about her studies looking into how people talk across groups in an article that quotes many people discussing aspects of race in relation to this case.

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Brian Lickel speaks at "Workshop Aggression" in Germany

Dr. Brian Lickel

Dr. Brian Lickel has been invited speak at the XVI "Workshop Aggression", which will take place from 10th to 12th November, 2011, at the Philipps-University Marburg, Germany.

The main topic of this year’s Workshop will be "Intergroup-Aggression". The workshop aims at bringing together scholars from all fields which are relevant to intergroup aggression so that they can discuss their current research.

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Dr. Linda Tropp is mentioned in The Massachusetts Daily Collegian, 'Students attend 9/11 panel discussion'.

Panel on Sept. 11

In The Massachusetts Daily Collegian on September 9, 2011 an article entitled 'Students attend 9/11 panel discussion' mentions Dr. Linda Tropp as she  lectured in the panel on the “basic processes in intergroup relations.”

Students, faculty and members of the Amherst community attended a panel discussion composed of University of Massachusetts faculty members and a member of media-giant NPR to look back at the social, political and economic effects on America and the world since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Dr. Linda Tropp is quoted in an AP Article picked up by TheGrio: 'Psychology of debt talks is all in game of chicken '.

In a July, 2011 article discussing how the psychology of debt talks is all a game of chicken in Washington D.C., Dr. Linda Tropp says that watching the debt negotiations reminds her of the continuing Israel and Palestinian conflict. It’s more competitive bargaining than a give-and-take dialogue, said Tropp, director of her school’s peace and violence program.

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