We conduct research on the social psychology of intergroup relations.


Andrew L. Stewart, Ph.D. is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at Clark University. His research focuses on intergroup relations, specifically the consequences of ideological norms (e.g., sexism, anti-immigrant beliefs) for violence, discrimination, and inequality and also on how to disrupt those norms in order to prevent violence (e.g., sexual assault prevention) and encourage hierarchy-attenuating behavior (e.g., collective action).



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