About me


Kirsten Morehouse is a doctoral student in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, working with Professor Mahzarin Banaji and supported by a National Science Foundation (NSF) fellowship. Kirsten uses a variety of behavioral and computational methods to study human behavior, specifically attitudes, beliefs, and perceptions of social groups.


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Racial Disparities in Juvenile Transferring (Poster)

Can women be biased against other women? (Popular Science)

Traditional “diversity training” is out. Now what? (Popular Science)

First Language Effect In Implicit Social Cognition (Poster)

Seminar in Implicit Cognition (Syllabus)