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Amy R. Krosch

Assistant Professor

Amy R. Krosch

Uris Hall, Room 250



  • Psychology

Graduate Fields

  • Psychology


  • Center for the Study of Inequality


My research examines the social and economic factors that amplify discrimination, and the basic social cognitive and perceptual process through which our goals and motivations influence our behavior toward others.  I take a multilevel approach to research, integrating ideas and methods from experimental social psychology, cognitive neuroscience, behavioral decision-making, and psychophysics.  My ultimate aim is to understand the persistent and wide-spread inequalities that exist between groups in America and to inform interventions aimed at reducing group-based disparities in socio-economic and health outcomes.


Spring 2021

Fall 2021


Discrimination more likely when resources are scarce ISS grants jump-start new social science research Cornell holds its first undergraduate psychology conference 2018 Affinito-Stewart research grants awarded; 2019 proposals sought


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