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Wendy Quinton

Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology
University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences

AREAS OF EXPERTISE:

Prejudice, stigma, social identity, Native American mascots

Wendy Quinton’s research focuses on social psychology. She specializes in the study of prejudice and stigma, social identity and social groups, stress and coping, and personal and social predictors of mental and physical health.

She has commented in the media on topics including racial discrimination and the consequences of schools, sports teams and other organizations using Native American nicknames and mascots. 

Quinton’s work has appeared in academic journals focused on topics from social psychology to law and public policy.

CONTACT:

Wendy Quinton, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology
University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences

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