Dr. Major and Lab welcome Northwestern University graduate and USC lab manager, Liz Quinn, into the Self and Social Identity Lab as fourth graduate student.
Former graduate student Dr. Jeffrey Hunger discusses why society needs to keep discussing weight stigma for the Full Bloom Podcast.
Dr. Toni Schmader graduated from UCSB with her doctorate in Social Psychology in 1999. This year UCSB followed up with an Alumni Spotlight.
Dr. Major has accepted UC Berkeley and University of Chicago graduate, Sierra Feasel, into her lab as her third graduate student.
The award honors Dr. Brenda Major's PhD candidate Payton Small for his exceptional mentorship of six different undergraduate students and the creation of the PBS Mentoring Program.
Dr. Brenda Major honored for 40 years of work on the effects of stigma and discrimination on identity
Dr. Major among four UCSB professors to be admitted to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an honor shared with previous fellows such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin.
Society for Personality and Social Psychology interviews Dr. Brenda Major about her research, career path and some it's ups and downs.
Dr. Major was granted fellowship to the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for her contributions to social psychology including her incredible contributions to understanding the effects of stigma and discrimination.
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) consults expert Dr. Brenda Major for an introduction to social psychology, now found on their webpage.
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