AdvisorZoe Liberman Brenda Major
Elizabeth Quinn completed her BS in Psychology at Northwestern University. After earning her BA, worked as a lab manager for Dr. Sarah Townsend at the University of Southern California, Marshall School of Business. She is now a first year graduate student at UCSB working with Drs. Zoe Liberman and Brenda Major.
My research focuses on understanding how children and adults come to understand and respond to the social identities of those around them. Most of my current research focuses on perceptions of individuals with "intermediate" identities, or rather individuals whose identities tend to fall in-between other dominant social groups (e.g., biracial and bisexual individuals).
[Social identity, stigma, intergroup relations]