Jennifer Richeson

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Jennifer A. Richeson is an African-American social psychologist who studies racial identity and interracial interactions.

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Dr. Richeson completed a B.S. in psychology at Brown University and earned her Ph.D. in social psychology at Harvard University. She was a fellow at Stanford University's Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity.

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Richeson was an assistant professor in psychology at Dartmouth College. She currently works at Northwestern University in its psychology and African-American studies departments. She won a MacArthur Fellowship, also known as a "genius grant." [1][2]

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