Faculty

Mahzarin R. Banaji

Mahzarin R. Banaji

Department Chair; Richard Clarke Cabot Professor of Social Ethics
Harvard College Professor, 2014-2019
Carol K. Pforzheimer Professor at Radcliffe, 2002-2008

Research Interests: Implicit social cognition; social development; attitudes & preferences; beliefs & stereotypes; intergroup relations; judgment & decision making; person perception; research methods.

William James Hall 1520, 33 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-384-9203
Josh Buckholtz

Joshua W. Buckholtz

Assistant Professor

Research Interests:  Identifying brain circuit mechanisms for inter-individual variability in self-control; characterizing circuit-level pathomechanisms underlying self-control failure in impulse control disorders (e.g. psychopathy, antisocial personality disorder, drug addiction); uncovering the cognitive and neural foundations for social norm-based cooperative behavior.

Northwest Laboratory 295.01, 52 Oxford Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-496-8588
Susan E. Carey

Susan E. Carey

Henry A. Morss, Jr. and Elisabeh W. Morss Professor of Psychology

Susan Carey received her BA from Radcliffe College and her PhD in Experimental Psychology from Harvard University, studying with George Miller, Jerome Bruner and Roger Brown.  She taught at MIT (Psychology Department, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences) from 1973-1996, at NYU (Psychology Department) from 1996 - 2001, and has been at Harvard (Psychology Department) since 2001, where she cofounded the Laboratory for Developmental Studies with Elizabeth Spelke.  She was awarded the 1998 Nicod Prize, was named the William James Fellow of APS in 2002, was awarded the David Rumerhart Prize in 2009, and APA Distinguished Scientific Achievement Award in in 2009, and an APA Mentor Award in 2013.  She is a member of the Society for Experimental Psychology, the American Association of Arts and Sciences, the American Philosophical Society, the National Academy of Sciences, and is a Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy. 

William James Hall 1170, 33 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-495-3896
Jim Sidanius

Jim Sidanius

John Lindsley Professor of Psychology in memory of William James and of African and African American Studies

Research interests: Interface between political ideology and cognitive functioning; the political psychology of gender, group conflict, institutional discrimination, the evolutionary psychology of intergroup prejudice, and the psychology of terrorism

William James Hall 1430, 33 Kirkland Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
p: 617-495-3804