New lab paper, led by Megan Earle (PhD student), explores the critical question of whether gains made by Black people come at a cost to White people. In particular we ask: as discrimination toward Black people has decreased, has discrimination against White people increased? This paper uses multiple datasets, including longitudinal and nationally representative data, and FBI data, to address this question empirically.
Earle, M., & Hodson, G. (in press). Questioning white losses and anti-white discrimination in the U.S. Nature Human Behavior. [LINK]
To read a summary of this article, written by Megan, visit her Psychology Today article. Coverage by Newsweek magazine can also be viewed.
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New book just released, with collaborator Kristof Dhont, asking why we love but exploit animals, one of the most pressing, interesting, and critical paradoxes of human psychology.
Here we assembled some of the world's most important voices on topics such as human-animal relations, dehumanization, and morality. Click on the image above to order your copy.
Prusaczyk, E., & Hodson, G. (2019). Re-examining left-right differences in abortion opposition: The roles of sexism and shared reality. Testing, Psychometrics, Methodology in Applied Psychology, 26, 431-445. [LINK]
This paper reviews several of the reasons why those on the political left versus right might differ in supporting or opposing abortion, and introduces new data to weigh in on the issue.
Psychology Today post on how women are "promoted" to positions when companies are failing, or to less winnable political ridings, perpetuating stereotypes and sexism
Pleased to announce that the special issue on human-animal relations is now out!
Dhont, K., Hodson, G., Loughnan, S, & Amiot, C.E. (2019). (Editors). (De)Valuing animals: Intergroup perspectives on human-animal relations (Special issue of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations). Volume 22 (6). [LINK]
Also included are two papers with lab associations, including one led by PhD student Megan Earle (and including former PhD student Cara MacInnis).
Dhont, K., Hodson, G., Loughnan, S., & Amiot, C.E. (2019). Rethinking human-animal relations: The critical role of social psychology. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22, 769-784. DOI: 10.1177/1368430219864455 [LINK]
Earle, M., Hodson, G., Dhont, K., & MacInnis, C.C. (2019). Eating with our eyes (closed): Effects of visually associating animals with meat on antivegan/vegetarian attitudes and meat consumption willingness. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22, 818-835. DOI: 10.1177/1368430219861848 [LINK]
New post by Dr. Hodson on how White people, especially White men, have considerable advantages at universities (despite these institutions being regarded as left-leaning relative to many others). Find article here.
Book release anticipated for December 2019. Can pre-order book now by following this link.
Brock Lab of Intergroup Processes