Social psychology and health
The faculty of our program are actively engaged in research that assesses human health and well-being from a social-psychological perspective. Their areas of interest span a broad range, including the influence of psychological and social processes on
- doctor/patient interaction,
- stigma and health,
- violence against women,
- religious participation and health,
- grief surrounding mass tragedies, and
- the social-psychological processes behind social inequalities in health.