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About Gabrielle Filip-Crawford

As a social psychologist, Gabrielle Filip-Crawford's work explores the ways in which wenavigate our social world. How do we decide who to sit next to on the bus, trust to watch ourchildren, or allow to borrow money? The ways in which we distinguish friend from foe oropportunity from threat shape how we perceive and act toward others. Gabrielle is especiallyinterested in how these processes play out in various groups, including lesbians and gay men andpeople with mental illness. Her work also explores the concealability and visibility of sexualorientation, and the implications of this for both person perception processes and LGBT physicaland mental health.
>Gabrielle received her Ph.D. and M.A. in social psychology from Arizona State University andher B.A. in psychology from Mills College.

Positions

Present Assistant Professor, Psychology, St. Catherine University Psychology Department
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2015 Ph.D., Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ ‐ Social Psychology
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2011 MA, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ ‐ Social Psychology
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2003 BA, Mills College, Oakland, CA ‐ Psychology
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Phone: 651-690-6090

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