SIP Lab Alum Wins Jim Sidanius Early Career Award from ISPP
SIP Lab and DePaul Alum, Dr. Mark Brandt, Ph.D., recently won the Jim Sidanius Early Career Award from the International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP) 2021. The SIP Lab is very proud of Mark and congratulates him on this amazing accomplishment.
Read the statement from the ISPP by clicking the button below:
Dr. Mark Brandt, Michigan State University, SIP Lab Alum, Jim Sidanius Early Career Award
SIP Lab In the Books
Fellow SIP Lab members, Dr. Christine Reyna, Andrea Bellovary, and Kara Harris and SIP Lab associates, Dr. Michael A. Zárate and Angel D. Armenta, have had their research published in the book, Stereotypes: The Indicence and Impacts of Bias.
SIP Lab Research Cited in Landmark Civil Rights Supreme Court Case
In an amicus brief by the American Psychological Association (APA) in support for a Supreme Court case, the APA cited research done by Reyna et al (2014). Click the link below to see the brief and the citation.
"Exploring Police Policies"
June 18, 2020
Check out Dr. Christine Reyna and SIP lab alum, Jeremy Pagan, on Armando Sanchez's podcast. The group discusses the police and ongoing conversations about police reform and policies.
SIP LAB AT SPSP 2019
Many from the SIP lab traveled to Portland for the Society of Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference. We presented our own research, attended talks, and met other brilliant researchers in the field.
February 9, 2019
MEET THE NEWEST PHDS
Our own Rusty Steiger and Ali Omair have both defended their dissertations! Congrats to the both of them and all the best wishes for their futures.
June 15, 2019
Toxic White Identity Symposium and Measures
February 24, 2020
Several members of the SIP lab presented The Psychology of Toxic White Identity at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) conference in New Orleans. Check out this link for more details on the measures used in our study:
SIP Lab Receives Grant from DePaul to Study COVID-19
Fellow SIP Lab members, Dr. Christine Reyna, Andrea Bellovary, and Kara Harris received a grant to investigate the associations between the COVID-19 pandemic, social and political unrest, and the endorsement of authoritarianism and its policies.