Interests: Self, Social Identity, Prejudice, Stigma, Diversity, Social Justice, Intersection of Social Science and Law
|Do I accept and train new psychology graduate students in general?|
|Am I accepting new graduate students in the upcoming year?|
|I am accepting graduate students in the 2019-2020|
|Social and Personality|
|I am open to the possibility of taking on a new advisee. The Social/Personality Area faculty contact short-listed applicants as we make our way through the admissions process. It is not necessary to send email messages about admissions to me at this point. Thanks for your patience with this process.|
Research in my Social Identity Laboratory examines the interplay between social psychological theoretical perspectives and social issues. Much of our research examines the self and social identity; particularly from the perspective of members of socially marginalized groups. Additional domains of research interest include diversity, immigration, social inequality, and employment discrimination law. Our research incorporates a variety of methods from psychology and related disciplines, and examines questions both in the lab and field.
- Publications can be found here: http://depts.washington.edu/silab/publications.html
In the News
- 09/30/2008 Cheryl Kaiser, with colleagues in Syracuse and Michigan State, researched black and white Americans’ responses to videos that blamed delayed Katrina response efforts on either government incompetence or on the majority of the victims were black.
- 09/26/2018 Cheryl Kaiser’s research is referenced in this article from The Conversation about minorities with strong racial identities getting less pay or chances of being hired
- 08/21/2013 Cheryl Kaiser was elected as a fellow of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology.
- 07/19/2017 The Department of Psychology welcomes professor Cheryl Kaiser as Chair!
- 07/13/2017 Cheryl Kaiser shares why she thinks millennials are great in a Seattle Times story.
- 06/13/2018 Congratulations to Arianne Eason (PhD, Psychology, 2018), who is featured in this Art & Sciences Perspectives Newsletter article.
- 05/31/2017 Cheryl Kaiser talks to Bill Radke of KUOW about the bystander effect, discussing the psychological phenomenon of whether or not to help someone in need if you are in a group.