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Sarah Elizabeth Gaither

Sarah Elizabeth Gaither is an assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University. Therefore, the overall goal of my research program is to investigate the attitudinal and behavioral effects stemming from exposure to racial and gender diversity as a means to pinpoint pathways that one can utilize to foster more positive group relations for both adult and child populations.

What Are You? How Racial Ambiguity Impacts Social Interactions

Have you ever seen someone walking down the street and you just can’t quite figure out what race that person is? You may look at their hairstyle, their facial features, how they talk, their clothing, or even what store they […]