Suzanne R. Horwitz
Suzanne R. Horwitz is a 6th year doctoral student. Prior to joining the Intergroup Relations Lab, she received her BS in psychology from Tufts University, worked at the Rochester Baby Lab under Richard Aslin, and was a student in the developmental psychology program at Yale. She is broadly interested in how social group attitudes form and how these attitudes lead to biased behavior, specifically focusing on the domain of social class as test case for understanding these processes. Suzanne's current work examines on the role of implicit wealth attitudes in regulating favoritism/discrimination toward individuals with different social class backgrounds.