Jordan Axt


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I am an Assistant Professor of Psychology at McGill University as well as Director of Data and Methodology for Project Implicit.

My research explores how people form and express intergroup bias in attitudes and behavior. I seek to discover how intergroup biases are best conceptualized, measured, and reduced.

Use the links to the left to find out a little more about me, learn about some of my current research, find a copy of my CV, or view my publications and materials. Finally, I included a little bit about what I like to do outside of lab.

A website for the McGill Intergroup Cognition Lab is coming soon! If you are interested in joining my lab as a research assistant or graduate student, please contact me.

Finaly, you can also follow me on Twitter, or check out my Google Scholar page.