Presentations

Invited Talks

May 2019. On Being "Woke" and Knowing Racial Injustice. Columbia Social and Moral Cognition Lab - Columbia University. New York, NY.

November 2018. The Power of Stigma and Knowledge on Blacks' Health and System Confidence. Department of Psychology - Clark University. Worcester, MA.

Conference Talks

Allen, A.M., & Pratto, F., (2019). Historicizing Inequality: Racial Differences in Perceptions of Historical Injustice. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Conference. San Diego, CA.

 

Allen, A.M., & Pratto, F., (2018). Moderating guilt, mediating change: Understanding attitudes towards addressing Black disadvantage. Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Conference. Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Allen, A., Carter, R., & Ma, D., (2015). The influence of threat on feature-based stereotyping. Midwestern Psychological Association Conference. Chicago, IL.

 

Gonzalez, S., Allen, A.M., Michel, S., Passion-Perez, B., & McAuliff, B., (2014). Can You Keep a Secret? Children's true and false reports of stranger touch. American Psychological Law Association Annual Conference. New Orleans, LA.

Symposia Talks

February 2019. Entering the maze: Strategies for underrepresented graduate students/ postdocs/ early career faculty. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference. Portland, OR.

Poster Presentations

Allen, A., & Pratto, F (2019). The Power of Knowledge on System Confidence. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference. Portland, OR.

 

Allen, A., Watson, R. J., & Eaton, L., (2018). To be or not to be religious: the association between religiosity and sexual health among Black bisexual men. Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference. New Orleans, LA.

 

Allen, A.M., & Pratto, F., (2018). To punish or not to punish: how police accountability influences perceptions of self-control. Society for Personality and Social Psychology Conference. Atlanta, GA.

 

Allen, A.M., Johnson, B.T., & Reinka, M., (2017). Role of racialized police violence in reducing Blacks' mental health: #BadgeOnBlack crimes. Society of Behavioral Medicine Conference. San Diego, CA.

 

Allen, A., Carter, R., & Ma, D., (2015). The influence of threat on feature-based stereotyping. Western Psychological Association Conference. Las Vegas, NV.

 

Allen, A.M., Shapiro, J., Cortland, C., & Williams, A., (2013). Sexual Orientation Categorization: I hear your orientation. Berkeley Interdisciplinary Research Conference. Berkeley, CA.

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