About Me

Hi! I'm Kathryn ("Katie") Kroeper, currently a postdoctoral fellow at The Ohio State University. I earned my Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington.

The central goal of my research is to identify and address social inequities between those traditionally advantaged and those traditionally disadvantaged in society. To this end, I use multiple methods (experiments, surveys, interviews, and audit studies) to examine social issues from a variety of perspectives (target, perceiver, and organizational).

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Education

Ph.D., 2020 Indiana University, Bloomington, Social Psychology

B.A., 2012 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Psychology

Research Expertise

  • Social Identity Threat

  • Stereotyping & Prejudice Reduction

  • Intervention Science (Design, Implementation, & Evaluation)

  • Social Perception & Cognition

  • Attitudes and Persuasion

  • Judgment & Decision Making

  • Education, Law, & Public Policy

  • Open, Reproducible, & Transparent Science

Relevant Skills

  • Programming: r, SPSS, STATA, Excel, SQL

  • Statistics: linear and nonlinear regression, ANOVA, EFA/CFA, MLM, SEM, and more

  • Research Methods: lab/online experiments, field visits, ethnography, surveys, focus groups, interviews

  • Data Visualization: r, SPSS, STATA, Excel, Google Sheets

  • Communication: research reports, grant writing, public speaking

Hobbies & Fun

  • Board games / Video games

  • Ballroom Dancing

  • Theater Arts

  • Listening to podcasts

  • Reading, reading, reading