• Role of intergroup emotions (emotions experienced with respect to one's collective self as a group member) in prejudice and intergroup relations
  • New conceptualizations of cognition as situated and embodied and their implications for social cognition
  • Connectionist or neural network models in social psychology
  • Social cognition in general, particularly the nature of mental representations of persons and groups and their effects on social judgments, including person perception and stereotyping

Connectionist models of social judgment and social behavior; implications of situated/embodied cognition for social psychology.

Cognitive Science
PhD, Harvard University, Social Psychology, 1975
BS, Harvard University, Social Relations, 1971