May 12, 2022 • 48M

45 - Tiffany Brannon: Moving Toward More Inclusive Institutions through "Pride and Prejudice"

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Stanford Psychology Podcast
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Anjie chats with Dr. Tiffany N. Brannon, an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at UCLA. She directs Culture and Contact Lab. Her research examines socio-cultural identities in negatively stereotyped groups such as African-Americans and Latino-Americans; and she investigates the potential for these identities to serve as a psychological resource— one that can facilitate a variety of individual and intergroup benefits. In this episode, we discuss her recent article titled “Pride and Prejudice” Pathways to Belonging: Implications for Inclusive Diversity Practices Within Mainstream Institution”. We also chat about what insights qualitative methods could bring us.
You can check out the paper we discussed here:
To learn more about Dr. Brannon’s research, you can visit her lab’s website:


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