Aline da Silva Frost
My interests gravitate around how we process, evaluate and apply information about the social world. I am investigating attitudes towards attributes, how they develop and what factors influence our preferences.
My interests lie in intergroup interactions, specifically those dealing with groups who have historically been wronged or victimized. My ultimate hope is for my research to help aid actions that can lead to repairing past injustices.
My interests are centered around social identity and attitudes. Specifically, I study the role of attitudes in shaping an identity, and the implications for group dynamics. Using an interdisciplinary approach, I aim to develop a program of research that promotes diversity and equity across social systems.