Diversity, Identity, & Prejudice Lab
The Diversity, Identity, & Prejudice Lab is directed by Dr Teri Kirby. Broadly, research in the lab spans a range of topics on diversity, inclusion, intergroup relations, and prejudice, particularly drawing on social psychological theories of self/identity and acculturation. Much of our research examines how majority group efforts to adapt to minority groups facilitate or hinder inclusion and positive intergroup relations, as well as the reverse process (minority groups adapting to the majority group). We draw on and develop new social psychological theory with an eye to understanding current social issues, particularly related to racial, ethnic, gender, and LGBTQ+ diversity.
If you’d like to learn more about research in the lab, please click on “Get involved” for more information!
Welcome to the Diversity, Identity, & Prejudice (DIP) Lab!
Note: Dr. Kirby is planning to accept a PhD student to start in Fall 2023 - deadline is Dec 1, 2022!