Christopher Crew

Post-Doctoral Fellow 2014-2016

Chris received his Ph.D. in Psychology from Columbia University where he studied the effects of high rejection sensitivity on attention, learning and memory in performance-evaluative testing environments. The goals of his research are to understand 1) how sensitivity to race-based rejection (Race-RS) moderates physiological responses to performance-evaluative feedback from outgroup members, 2) how these responses may mediate links between Race-RS and achievement, and 3) the proximal and distal effects of Race-RS on health outcomes and wellbeing.