Cheryl L. Dickter
Cheryl L. Dickter, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, College of William & Mary
Department of Psychology
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Stereotyping and Prejudice; Psychophysiology (EEG); Social Cognition; Person Perception; Smoking Initiation and Maintenance
My research interests are in social psychology with an emphasis on social cognition and person perception. More specifically, I study the processes involved in stereotyping and prejudice. I am interested in the social categorization process and how contextual information affects social judgment. I also study the factors involved in confronting prejudicial remarks, and I explore how confrontation can be a possible prejudice reduction strategy.
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Introduction to Psychology
Advanced Research Methods in Social Psychology
Seminar on Stereotyping and Prejudice