Welcome! The Social Cognition and Intergroup Perception (SCIP) Laboratory investigates topics related to intergroup relations and diversity using social psychological methods.


The SCIP Lab is supervised by Jacqueline Chen, Assistant Professor of Psychology.


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Recent Lab News

1/28 Dr. Chen's research on "Institutional Chage and Intergroup Attitudes" with Dr. Kate Ratliff (U of Florida) receives support from the National Science Foundation!

8/23 Dr. Chen has moved to the Department of Psychological Sciences at the University of Connecticut!

8/1 Congratulations to Jasmine Norman, who successfully defended her dissertation and begins her tenure-track job at UNC-Wilmington!

6/1 Departmental recognitions: Congratulations to Yeseul Nam for her professional development award, Becky Neufeld for her commendation for research, and Jasmine Norman for receiving the Nancy Klekas award!

5/30 Dr. Chen's research with Dr. Andrew Francis-Tan (NUS Singapore) on skin tone biases in Asia will appear in Race and Social Problems!

5/15 Congratulations to Rachael Goodwin, who will become an Assistant Professor of Management at Syracuse University in Fall 2021!