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How we perceive and understand diverse individuals.
Jacqueline M. Chen Ph.D.
In school and at work, some individuals who will always have a different identity from the majority of the people around them. How can we better support them?
People are often driven to identify a multiracial individual's race. Here’s what motivates that curiosity—and why we should resist the urge to ask.
Jacqueline M. Chen, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Utah. Her research examines the psychological processes engaged in diverse social interactions.