My research lends insight to socio-political attitudes and justice in contexts of inequality.
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My curriculum vitae (CV) is available here.
My research explores people’s sense of right and wrong in a social context. I find that people’s orientations toward hierarchies guide: (1) how they judge the (im)morality of discrimination (e.g., Redford & Ratliff, 2015; 2016) and (2) their support for retributive responses to crime (Redford & Ratliff, 2017a; 2017b).
My research also explores socio-political attitudes, including how those attitudes contribute to identities and behaviors that support social justice.
My colleagues and I have also investigated strategies for reducing implicit racial preferences (Lai, … Redford, … & Nosek, 2016), defensive responses to information about implicit attitudes (Howell, Redford, Pogge, & Ratliff, 2017), and sexism in voting preferences for Trump versus Clinton (Ratliff, Redford, Conway, & Smith, 2017).