University of Granada, Spain.
Miguel Moya is professor at the Department of Social Psychology, University of Granada in Spain. His research focus on stereotypes and prejudice, especially regarding gender issues. His work covers topics such as sexual harassment, intimate partner violence, and economic inequality. He has published a number of journal articles and book chapters.
University of Exeter, UK.
Jolien van Breen obtained her PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Since 2017, she upholds a position as postdoctoral research associate at the University of Exeter, UK. Her research focuses on social identity and social disadvantage, and specifically on resilience amongst those who experience social disadvantage.
Harvard University, USA.
Robin Bergh is a post-doctoral fellow from Uppsala university at the Sidanius Lab at Harvard University. His primary line of research deals with the questions of why different kinds of prejudice tend to go hand in hand. Robin’s research examines how such consistencies relate to basic personality characteristics. His most recent work focuses on the role of group membership versus group status in explaining the personality underpinnings of prejudice.
Linköping University, Sweden.
Sally Wiggins Young is assistant professor at Linköping University, Sweden. She had her PhD from Loughborough University, UK. Before joining Linköping University 2016 she held a position as senior lecturer at University of Strathclyde, UK. She specialize in discursive psychology and social interaction. She is interested in the ways in which psychological concepts become enacted and made consequential in everyday social interaction.
University of Gothenburg, Sweden.
Åsa Wettergren is a professor of sociology at the Department of Sociology and Work Science, University of Gothenburg. She researches emotions in bureaucratic organizations and social movements. She recently published the book Emotions in Court- A Sociological Perspective (Routledge 2018) and is chief editor of the new journal Emotions and Society, published by Bristol University Press.