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Brittany Bloodhart

Brittany Bloodhart
Assistant Professor of Psychology

Contact

Assistant Professor
Psychology
Office Phone(909) 537-7304
Office LocationSB-526

Bio

Ph.D. 2013, Social Psychology & Women's Studies, The Pennsylvania State University

Teaching:

  • Psychology of Social Behavior
  • Psychology of Gender
  • Advanced Seminar in Social Psychology

Research: 

Dr. Bloodhart's research broadly examines how social processes motivate engagement in or denial of social and environmental injustices, and how attitudes about the environment are related to attitudes about sexism, racism, and other forms of prejudice.  Her current work is looking at the role of moral values, moral emotions (e.g., empathy), social identity, and system justifications in attitudes toward sustainable and pro-environmental behaviors, and on several intervention programs to increase gender equity in academia. 

Interested in working in Dr. Bloodhart's research lab?  Please complete the following application.

 

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