The global refugee crisis: Empirical evidence and policy implications for improving public attitudes and facilitating refugee resettlement
System justification: Experimental evidence, its contextual nature, and implications for social change
Evidence that gendered wording in job advertisements exists and sustains gender inequality
Danielle Gaucher holds a PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Waterloo (2010). She completed a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Post Doctoral Fellow at Princeton University. Her research centers on issues of social justice and social change, specifically investigating the social-psychological processes that serve to maintain inequality at the individual and institutional levels. The goal of this program of research is to advance theory and better understand the social-psychological barriers to social change, with the ultimate goal of discovering how to best encourage a wide range of prosocial behaviours and social arrangements. To accomplish these aims, research from this program is psychologically informed, quantitatively grounded, and broadly disseminated.
Originally from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Danielle Gaucher now makes her home in Winnipeg.Download CV
Lily Kaufmann, Master of Arts Candidate, Human Rights Program, The University of Manitoba
Evan Forest, 4th yr. undergrad, Psychology, The University of Manitoba
Ariane Freynet-Gagné, 4th yr. student, Université de Saint-Boniface