Jennifer Randall Crosby

Jennifer Randall Crosby
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Bronfman Science Center Rm 301


B.A. Stanford University (1994)
M.S. Yale University, Psychology (1998)
Ph.D. Stanford University, Psychology (2006)

Areas of Expertise

Individual and situational factors affecting attention, decision-making, and behavior in intergroup interactions.


Note: courses in gray are not offered this academic year.

PSYC 201 (F)

Experimentation and Statistics

PSYC 242 (S)

Social Psychology

PSYC 348 T (S)

Is it the Thought that Counts? Examining Intentions and Outcomes in Intergroup Interaction

PSYC 349 (S)

Progress and Problems in Intergroup Interaction

Current Committees

Book Store Advisory Committee (2013-2014)

Scholarship/Creative Work


Selected Publications
  • Crosby, J.R., Monin, B., & Richardson. D. (2008). Where do we look during potentially offensive behavior? Psychological Science, 19, 226-228. (pdf)
  • Purdie-Vaughns, V., Steele, C., Davies, P., Ditlman, R. & Crosby, J.R. (2008). Social identity contingencies: How diversity cues signal threat or safety for African-Americans in mainstream institutions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94, 615-630.
  • Crosby, J.R., & Monin, B. (2007). Failure to warn: The effect of race on warnings of potential academic difficulty. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology43, 663-670. (pdf)
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