New paper from the lab, with student researchers Valerie Rothwell (Plante-Brisebois) and Elvira Prusaczyk.
Sexism in the 2016 US Presidential Election. https://bit.ly/2Px3OHw
Using nationally representative data, we find that sexism predicted voting for Trump (vs. Clinton). However, it did so more among those on the political left than right.
Why pillory Hillary? Sexism played a role, particularly for men and women on the political left who nonetheless voted for Trump.
New column on the large differences between the political left and right in meat consumption at https://bit.ly/2QmoiDA
Congratulations to Elvira Prusaczyk for being awarded the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) Certificate of Academic Excellence for her MA thesis!
Becky Choma and Elvira Prusaczyk (former and current lab member, respectively) awarded for their recent paper. Specifically, they earned the 2019 Georgia Babladelis award for best paper published in Psychology of Women Quarterly in 2018! Congrats to both!
As of Jan 1, 2019, Gordon Hodson will be the Editor-in-Chief (with Rhiannon Turner) at the European Review of Social Psychology (ERSP).
Proposals for papers are being accepted. To date, the new submission portal is not open, but you can email him (email@example.com) if you have questions about submission.
MA student Elvira Prusaczyk defends MA thesis to strong praise from evaluators (Aug 8, 2018). Congrats Elvira!
Elvira will be continuing her PhD studies in the lab.
"Ten distinguished Ontario university scholars" earn the Ontario Women's Health Scholars (OWHS) award for 2018. And lab member Elvira Prusaczyk is one of the 10! Congrats Elvira.
MacInnis, C.C., & Hodson, G. (2017). It ain’t easy eating greens: Evidence of bias toward vegetarians and vegans from both source and target. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 20, 721-744. DOI: 10.1177/1368430215618253
This paper is in the Top 10 journal downloads for 2016 and 2017 .
New Psychology Today column on how interdependence between groups can be good, but can also trigger prejudice and tension. Discusses how past U.S. presidents have been very rattled by, and insulting to, Canadian prime ministers.