Eva Green / PI

photo_EvaGreenDr. Eva Green is senior lecturer in social psychology at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lausanne. After receiving her PhD in social sciences (University of Lausanne, 2002), she was a post-doctoral fellow at University of California, Los Angeles and at the European Research Centre for Migration and Ethnic Relations (Utrecht University, the Netherlands). At the cross-roads of social and political psychology, her research interests include prejudice and immigration attitudes, links between national and ethnic identity, and power relations. In addition to her leading role in the present project, she has obtained several research grants from the SNF to study cultural diversity, anti-immigrant prejudice, and right-wing voting. She is currently member of the European Social Survey Round 7 Questionnaire Design Team for immigration attitudes and associate editor for International Review of Social Psychology/ Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale.

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