Dr. Gordon Hodson
Dr. Hodson is a former Associate Editor at the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (JESP), and presently serves on the Editorial Boards of the European Review of Social Psychology (ERSP), the European Journal of Social Psychology (EJSP), and the Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology (JTSP). He has been awarded the Chancellor's Chair for Research Excellence (Brock University) 2015-2018.
Dr. Hodson writes a column called "Without Prejudice" at Psychology Today. His column can be found here.
Megan Earle, MA
Megan is interested in individual difference predictors of prejudice, including political ideology and cognitive ability. She is interested in the role of media in fostering prejudice towards disadvantaged groups, including women, Muslims, and immigrants.
Recipient of the 2015-2016 Jack M. Miller Excellence in Research Award (MA)
Elvira Prusaczyk, BA
Elvira’s primary research focuses on prejudice and discrimination against women. Specifically, she studies how women react to anti-female comments (e.g., sexist jokes) and sexist media content (e.g., sexually objectifying images). She is also interested in individual difference predictors of prejudice against women, including social dominance orientation and hostile sexism. Broadly, she investigates when and why both lower and higher status group members maintain and bolster group-based social hierarchies.