In America, poor people are punished more frequently and more severely for offenses than are the wealthy. One potential explanation for this divide could be that people in society think that poor people have more guilt for their actions and thus deserve harsher punishments. New research by graduate student Drew Weiner and Psychology professor Dr. Sean Laurent aimed to assess this prediction.
- Psychology researchers at the University of Illinois show moral judgments of crime are influenced by perceived wealth
- Exposure to childhood trauma is related to more severe trauma symptoms in new mothers exposed to intimate partner violenceWomen's exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV), a type of domestic violence, can have profoundly negative consequences on their mental health. New research published by Dr. Heidemarie Laurent and graduate student Paty Cintora in the Journal of Traumatic Stress reveal that, in conjunction with current levels of IPV, past exposure to childhood trauma is associated with worse symptoms over time.
- A paper published by Dan Newman and his former graduate student coauthors, "Gender and Leadership Emergence: A Meta-Analysis and Explanatory Model" has been selected for the 2020 “William A. Owens