• Dr. Kaiser was mentioned in a Huffpost article. Read about it here.
  • Cheryl Kaiser and collaborators Brenda Major, Ines Jurcevic, Tessa Dover, Laura Brady, and Jenessa Shapiro received the 2014 Gordon Allport Prize from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues for the best paper of the year addressing intergroup relations. The award recognized the following paper:
  • Kaiser, C. R., Major, B., Jurcevic, I., Dover, T. L., Brady, L. M., & Shapiro, J. R. (2013).Presumed fair: Ironic effects of organizational diversity structures. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 104, 504-519. [PDF]

  • Dr. Kaiser was quoted in an article in The Daily Beast. Read about it here.
  • Dr. Kaiser's paper, "Status Legitimizing Beliefs Predict Positivity Toward Whites Who Claim Anti-White Bias" was quoted in an article in The Wesleyan Connection. Read about it here.
  • The National Science Foundation cites our research. Read about it here.
  • The Huffpost cites (and horribly mischaracterizes) our research on diversity. Check it out here.
  • The National Center for Women in Information Technology cited our research about diversity programs. Read about it here.
  • The American Bar Association cited our research in an article April 13, 2013. Read about it here.
  • Dr. Kaiser recently received a James McKeen Cattell Fund Fellowship. Read about Dr. Kaiser's plans for sabbatical here.
  • Dr. Kaiser recently served as an expert witness testifying on behalf of the plaintiffs in Pippen et al. vs. the State of Iowa, a class action employment discrimination lawsuit. Read about the case here.
  • Our research on just world beliefs was cited by the Observer in this article about revenge.
  • Watch Professor Kaiser's Allen L. Edwards Series Lecture titled "Legal and Psychological Realities: The Case of Perceiving and Claiming Discrimination" given in February 2011.
  • The APA Monitor cited our research on claiming discrimination in an article addressing the Arizona Immigration Law controversy.
  • Our research on the consequences of Obama's election recieved coverage from multiple news sources:
    [Psychology Today] [New Scientist] [Washington Times] [The British Psychology Society Research Digest]
  • Dr. Kaiser's thoughts on the B/START program were quoted in the APS Observer.
  • Our research on group identification and prejudice was cited in the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund Newsletter.
  • Our research on prejudice expectations was cited in the Globe and Mail.
  • Our research has been cited in Amicus Briefs to the US Supreme Court in several employment discrimination and retaliation cases, including: