Prejudice, discrimination, and stigma; social identity; stress and coping; international students
348 Park Hall
Buffalo NY, 14260-4110
Phone: (716) 645-0230
I regularly teach undergraduate courses in Introductory Psychology, Scientific Inquiry, Social Psychology, History of Psychology, and the Honors Seminar in Psychology. As Director of the Psychology Honors Program, I work with senior psychology majors who are completing an independent research project under the supervision of a faculty advisor.
My research interests are focused on theoretically driven investigations of social issues. In particular, I center on issues that are at the interface of a number of core psychological topics, including the psychology of the self, prejudice and discrimination, social identity and social groups, and stress and coping. Investigating the international student experience is a core part of my current work.