Grace Handley, Graduate Student
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
Grace is interested in the psychological and neural mechanisms involved in how people perceive and evaluate others. Her current research investigates how intergroup contact shapes social cognition, specifically within the context of theory of mind. To better understand the mechanisms involved in these processes, her work employs both behavioral and neural (e.g. fMRI) methods. She hopes her work will inform interventions against prejudice and discrimination.
B.A. Psychology, Oberlin College
B.A. Neuroscience, Oberlin College
M.A. Psychology, The University of Chicago
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