New lab paper available (read only) at the journal Sex Roles, led by PhD student Elvira Prusaczyk.
Congrats to Becky Choma, former lab affiliate and current collaborator, for earning fellowship status at the Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP). Well done Becky!
In this interview, lab research on attitudes toward refugees are discussed.
Congratulations to Nadia Ganesh, former BA thesis student and current lab manager, for being awarded the David and Carolyn DiBattista Scholarship!
Description: Awarded to a 4th year psychology honours student who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement and is currently enrolled in PSYC 4F91 – Empirical Research Thesis
Former PhD student Mark Hoffarth to start a Visiting Professor position at Wesleyan University. Congratulations Mark, and best wishes for the next stage!
Congratulations to Tierney Race (who completed her BA thesis in the lab 2018-2019) for being accepted into a Masters of Social Work (MSW) programme at University of Windsor!
Hodson, G., MacInnis, C.C., & Choma, B.L. (2019). Left-right differences in perspective-taking across U.S. states. Personality and Individual Differences, 144, 36-39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2019.02.028 [ACCESS LINK, FREE until April 20 2019]
In this article we test whether regions in the U.S. characterized by more (vs. less) conservatism are less prone to perspective taking and empathic concern. We find clear evidence that states with a greater proportion of conservatives or more religious people score significantly lower in perspective taking. This has implications for thinking about ways to bridge the political divide and reach out "across the aisle".
See new posting on whether having daughter makes men less sexist. The answer is more complicated than you might think!
Hodson, G. (2019, Jan 20). Does Having Daughters Make Men Less Sexist? https://bit.ly/2R2IuKa
Two new papers from the lab:
Leite, A.C., Dhont, K., & Hodson, G. (2019). Longitudinal effects of human supremacy beliefs and vegetarian threat on moral exclusion (vs. inclusion) of animals. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 179-189. [LINK]
MacInnis, C.C., & Hodson, G. (2019). Extending the benefits of intergroup contact beyond attitudes: When does intergroup contact predict collective action support? Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology, 3, 11-22. DOI: 10.1002/jts5.23 [LINK]
Congratulations to lab member Elvira Prusaczyk; her MA thesis was awarded best Masters (MA) thesis in the Faculty of Social Sciences at Brock University for 2018! (An award won last year by lab member Megan Earle, for her MA thesis, in 2017).
Brock Lab of Intergroup Processes