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Dr. Teresa (Tay) Hack

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Department of Psychology and Sociology

Professor
  • Ph.D., (2008) Purdue University
  • M.S., (2005) Purdue University
  • B.A., (2002) Indiana University-Kokomo           
  • Cultural psychology­
  • Psychology of stereotypes, prejudice, and discrimination
  • Seminar in psychological research
  • Research ethics (graduate)

My broad research interests include intergroup relations. More specifically, I use a social cognitive approach to examine processes involved in stereotyping and prejudice, as well as to investigate how perceptions of social group members affect social behavior.

Hack, T., Garcia, A. L., Goodfriend, W., Habashi, M. M., and Hoover, A. E. (2019). When it’s not so funny: Prevalence of friendly sexist teasing and consequences to self-esteem (under review).

Goodfriend, W., Habashi, M. M., Hack, T., Hoover, A. E., Garcia, A. L., & Nordstrom, A. (2019, March). The female-to-male transgender experience across 15 countries. To be presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science, Paris, France.

Hack, T., Starkey, T. (2019, May) Assessing attitudes and opinions regarding diversity. To be presented at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Miranda, J., & Hack, T. (2019, May). Atheist discrimination and psychological well-being. To be presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Hoover, A., Hack, T., Garcia, A., Goodfriend, W., & Habashi, M. (2018). Powerless men and agentic women: Gender bias in hiring decisions. Sex Roles, 1-14, 

Goodfriend, W., Hack, T., Garcia, A., Hoover, A., & Habashi, M. (2018, February). Predictors of violence in intimate relationships. Presented at the national conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Garcia, A., Goodfriend, W., Habashi, M., Hoover, A., & Hack, T., (2018, February). Examining approval for Native American mascots. Presented at the national conference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Marks, E., & Hack, T. (2018, April). In-group bias and self-esteem as indicators of anti-Muslim prejudice. Presented at the annual Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.­

At ASU since 2008.

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