From Threat to Thriving: A County-Level Examination of Intergroup Attitudes and Achievement Gaps Across the U.S.

Awarded Scholars:
Tiffany Brannon, University of California, Los Angeles
Project Date:
Jun 2020
Award Amount:

Using data from the Stanford Education Data Archive, social psychologist Tiffany Brannon will examine how intergroup attitudes at the county level impact achievement gaps across the United States. The proposed research builds upon and integrates theoretical and empirical insights from social and cultural psychology which have illuminated how intergroup attitudes can be linked to threats as well as thriving for racial/ethnic minorities.


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