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About Adam Fingerhut

Using a variety of research methods including experiments, surveys and daily diaries, my research examines the interplay between majority and minority groups. My research addresses two broad questions: 1) How are minority group members affected by their minority identity and social status; and 2) What factors affect how majority group members perceive and interact with individuals from minority social groups?
I received a B.A. in Psychology from Stanford University in 1996, my M.A. in Psychology from UCLA in 2003, and my Ph.D. in Psychology from UCLA in 2007.


Present Assistant Professor of Psychology, Loyola Marymount University


Contact Information

Office: University Hall 4724
Telephone: (310) 258-8637

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