Natalie Markowitz Wittlin M.S.

Natalie Markowitz Wittlin, M.S., is a Ph.D. candidate at Yale University who researches beliefs about gender, sexuality, and physical appearance. Her work explores stereotypes about transgender individuals, predictors of bias against lesbians and gay men, conceptions of femininity and masculinity, and other related topics. She earned her BA from Barnard College at Columbia University and her MS at Yale University. She has worked in the fields of public health, education, and psychology.

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