Kevin is the Lab Manager for the Brauer Group Lab. His research interests include group processes, social norms/deviance, and behavior change. Specifically, he is interested in how individuals’ attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors are influenced by both their perception of social norms and peer behavior. Kevin is also interested in applications of psychology to public policy, as well as developing interventions to reduce discrimination and promote prosocial behavior. He received a B.A. in Leadership Studies with a minor in psychology from the University of Richmond, where he conducted research on attitude change, social identity, vicarious dissonance, and perceptions of heroic leaders.
Department of Psychology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
1202 West Johnson St.
Madison, WI 53706-1611