Chadly Daniel Stern, Assistant Professor

20122019

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Research Interests

Dr. Stern's research broadly examines how belief systems and motivations guide the way that people perceive and interact with the world. One central line of work concerns how political belief systems (e.g., whether a person is liberal or conservative) shape the way in which people evaluate and categorize others based on group membership (e.g., race, sex, and sexual orientation). Another line of work examines consensus in political groups, and the implications of both perceived and actual attitude consensus for individual behavior (e.g., voting) and large-scale societal outcomes (e.g., levels of societal stability).

Education/Academic qualification

Ph.D., New York University

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Research Output

Gender transition shapes perceived sexual orientation

Spielmann, J. & Stern, C. D., Jan 1 2019, In : Self and Identity.

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  • Political ideology predicts beliefs about the visibility of social category memberships

    Stern, C., Feb 2019, In : Social Cognition. 37, 1, p. 18-40 23 p.

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  • Accumulative fusion and the issue of age: Reconciling the model with the data

    Rosenzweig, C., Ruisch, B. C. & Stern, C. D., Jan 1 2018, In : The Behavioral and brain sciences. 41, p. e216

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    Assessing accuracy in close relationships research: A truth and bias approach

    Stern, C. & West, T. V., Jan 1 2018, In : Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. 35, 1, p. 89-111 23 p.

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