Welcome to my social psychology blog. The focus of this website is to provide accessible information about social psychology research to the public.  The intended audience is not expected to have a psychology background, so I strive to eliminate jargon and explain unfamiliar concepts.  At the same time, I aim to be informative, so that those with psychology backgrounds might benefit as well.

To achieve this goal, there are a number of different types of articles on the blog.

  1. Information about my research and my colleagues research.
  2. Reviews of scientific articles in social psychology, explained in clear and accessible language.
  3. Analysis and critique of social psychology articles that make the popular media.
  4. Advice on how to get involved in social psychology, whether as an investigator or participant, including advice on pursing an advanced degree and career.

For more information about me, or my research, please browse the links above.  To access the blog section of the website, please click on the “blog” link above, or just click here.