Since its establishment in 1948, the Research Center for Group Dynamics’ mission has been to advance the understanding of human behavior in social contexts; making clear the linkages between an individual’s psychological life and the life of the society to which the individual belongs.
The University of Michigan HomeLab is a homelike research environment with comprehensive research support provided by the BioSocial Methods Collaborative. Located at the Institute for Social Research, the HomeLab offers a a fully functional apartment to facilitate human-centered research in a wide variety of contexts… Read more about U-M HomeLab
We are excited to formally announce that Mosi Ifatunji, assistant professor of African American Studies and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a faculty associate in PRBA at the University of Michigan, has been awarded the inaugural James S. Jackson...
Professor James S. Jackson, passed away Tuesday evening, September 1st, in Ann Arbor after a long battle with cancer. He passed away peacefully with his wife, Toni, and daughters Ariana and Kendra by his side.
James Jackson was the Founder and Leader of the Program for Research on Black Americans.