LAB NEWS:

4/20/2021: New paper out now in PLOS ONE: The role of recoding in implicit social cognition: Investigating the scope and interpretation of the ReAL model for the implicit association test.

8/28/2020: New paper out now in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Reducing Implicit Racial Preferences: III. A Process-Level Examination of Changes in Implicit Preferences.

8/7/2020: New paper out now in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Moderators of Intergroup Evaluation in Disadvantaged Groups: A Comprehensive Test of Predictions from System Justification Theory.

6/25/2020: Another paper accepted for publication in the upcoming special issue of Social Cognition: 25 years of research using implicit measures: How multinomial processing trees have advanced, and can continue to advance, research using implicit measures.

6/24/2020: New paper accepted for publication in the upcoming special issue of Social Cognition: 25 years of research using implicit measures: Age invariance in implicit bias: Alternate perspectives and their implications for the development of implicit cognition.

6/5/2020: Undergraduate Student and Lab Manager Alexa Aringer’s manuscript published in UCR’s Undergraduate Research Journal.

6/2/2020: New paper out now in Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin: A process dissociation model of implicit rapid revision in response to diagnostic revelations.

5/21/2020: Undergraduate Student and Lab Manager Alexa Aringer’s poster entitled “Ethnic Differences in Perceptions of Mental Illness” awarded Commitment to Diversity Award at R’Psyc 2020.

2/24/2020: New paper just accepted in Social Psychological and Personality Science: Using environmental features to maximize prediction of regional intergroup bias.

2/20/2020: Undergraduate Student and Lab Manager Alexa Aringer’s poster entitled “Ethnic Differences in Perceptions of Mental Illness” has been accepted at the 2020 APS conference in Chicago, IL.

2/10/2020: Undergraduate Student and Lab Manager Alexa Aringer’s poster entitled “Ethnic Differences in Perceptions of Mental Illness” has been accepted at the 2020 WPA conference in San Francisco, CA.

1/22/2020: Graduate Student Liz Wilson received a Travel Grant from Psi Chi for the 2020 SPSP conference in New Orleans, LA.

10/28/2019: Undergraduate Student David Ifediba received a Diversity Undergraduate Registration Award for the 2020 SPSP conference in New Orleans, LA.

5/15/2019: Another paper just accepted for publication in the upcoming special issue of Cognition and Emotion: Automatic processes in evaluative learning: Retrieval cues fail to influence contextualized evaluations.

4/1/2019: New paper out now in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General on Establishing construct validity evidence for region-level measures of explicit and implicit racial bias.

3/4/2019: Our latest paper on The process-level effects of evaluative learning on implicit evaluations has just been accepted for an upcoming special issue of Cognition and Emotion: Automatic processes in evaluative learning.

7/1/2018: The Social & Spatial Cognition Lab will be accepting graduate students for the 2019-20 academic year. 


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