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Emotions & Social Identity in Psychology Lab  


What is the
ESIP Lab?








In this Social Psychology lab we seek to understand how emotion and cognition shape intergroup relations. 

Ongoing research questions include:

  • How do people respond to racial passing? And, what factors affect this response?
  • What are the emotional antecedents of competitive victimhood?
  • How do perceptions (e.g., outgroup cohesiveness) shape responses to apology?
  • What is the best way to frame an intergroup apology so as to promote reconciliation?
  • How do norms about how we are “supposed to feel” shape responses to collective disadvantage?


What role do research assistants play in the lab?

  • Research assistants play a vital part in conducting the research that is done in the lab, from beginning to end. 
  • Research in our lab is done in teams, each consisting of roughly three student members – a team leader, team associate, and team assistant. 
  • Research teams are organized hierarchically to facilitate the progress of each project and to advance team members from novice researchers to experts. 
  • Students' skills and responsibilities shift based on their experience in the lab and the project at hand.

Please browse our website and feel free to contact us with any questions or suggestions you might have.
Contact Information:

ESIP Lab
Department of Psychology
Lewis & Clark College
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 16
Portland, OR 97219
esiplab@lclark.edu

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