Research Center for Group Dynamics

 

WINTER 1999 - GROUP DYNAMICS SEMINARS

Situational construction of gender, race, and culture:
Exploring the possibilities

Hosted by Jennifer Crocker

All seminars are held at 6050 ISR
Refreshments at 3:30 p.m.
Seminar at approximately 3:45 p.m.

Jan. 25

Jennifer Crocker
Psychology and RCGD, University of Michigan

Situational construction of gender, race, and culture: Exploring the possibilities

Feb. 1

Barbara Fredrickson
Psychology and RCGD, University of Michigan

Situational Triggers of State Self-Objectification and its Consequences

Feb. 8

Steve Spencer
University of Waterloo

Cultural Stereotypes and Women's Math Performance

Feb. 15

James Jackson
Psychology and director of RCGD, University of Michigan

Thinking About Context in Social Psychology: Experiments, Families, and Stereotype Threat

Feb. 22

Jacque Eccles
Interim Chair of Psychology and RCGD, University of Michigan

The changing relevance of social identities

March 1: Spring Break

March 8

Alice Eagly
Northwestern University

The Origins of Sex Differences: Evolved Dispositions Versus Social Roles

March 15

Nicole Shelton
RCGD, University of Michigan

Reframing How We Study Racial Prejudice

March 22

Rob Sellers
Psychology and RCGD, University of Michigan

Situational dynamism and stability in African American racial identity

March 29

Chris Crandall
Kansas University

How prejudice is constructed in the situation: A justification-suppression model of prejudice expression

April 5

Karin Martin
Sociology, University of Michigan

Doing and Feeling Gendered Appearances: Athletes, Sorors, and Feminists

April 12

Veronica Benet-Martinez
Psychology, University of Michigan

Culture and social-personality processes: Psycholexical, taxonomic, and socio-cognitive approaches

April 19

Wendy Wood
Texas A&M University

Group Identity, Self Identity, and Social Influence