Media and Press

Podcasts and Webinars

Brauer, M. (2023). Environmental psychology deep dive with Markus Brauer PhD. In How to Save the World: The Psychology & Science of Environmental Behavior (No. 67). Apple Podcasts.

Brauer, M. (2023). Dr. Markus Brauer on the challenges of mandatory diversity training and need for diversity science. In The Clinical Consult. National Register.

Byars-Winston, A., & Brauer, M. (2023). Diversity science podcast: Pilot Episode. In Institute for Diversity Science Podcast. University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Diversity Science.

Brauer, M. (2023). Inclusion and non-discrimination: Do you need both for effective pro-diversity work? Institute for Diversity Science Webinar Series. University of Wisconsin-Madison Institute for Diversity Science.

Brauer, M. (2023). The latest research around creating inclusive environments. Badger Talks. University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Brauer, M. (2022). How to craft a compelling diversity statement. Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

Brauer, M. (2020). Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Society for Personality and Social Psychology.

TV and Radio

Ferrett, R. (2022, August 3). How to keep up with the news without feeling distressed by it [Radio broadcast]. Wisconsin Public Radio. 

Freyberg, F. (2019, February 1). Do inclusivity and bias trainings work? [Television broadcast]. In Here and Now. Madison, WI: Wisconsin Public Television.

Hawkins, H. (2019, February 6). The science of diversity and inclusionWORT 89.9FM Madison. Radio interview retrieved from


Hambrick, D. Z. (2021, September 21). Discrimination persists in society — But who discriminates? Scientific American. Retrieved from

Barncard, C. (2020, July 1). Showing pro-diversity feelings are the norm makes individuals more tolerant. ScienceDaily. Retrieved from

Grauvogl, A. (2020, March 20). Taking survey can help thwart COVID-19, spread Wisconsin Idea. Global Health Institute. Retrieved from

Becker, C. (2019, December 12). Linking business with psychology, Markus Brauer examines human behavior change. Wisconsin School of Business Forward Thinking Faculty Blog. Retrieved from

Comp, N. J. (2019, August 1). Hate as his guideIsthmus. Retrieved from

Rickert, C. (2019, January 21). UW-Madison prof: Anti-bias programs mean well, but there’s no proof they work. Wisconsin State Journal. Retrieved from

Weir, K. (2018, January). Dismantling hate: Psychologists are identifying factors that fan the flames of hostility, and those that might quench themAmerican Psychological Association Monitor on Psychology.

Barncard, C. (2017, October 13). Healthy competition makes habit of sustainabilityUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison News.

Provost, M. (2017, April 17). UW-Madison community works to improve diversity amid student, expert concerns. The Daily Cardinal. Retrieved from

Rickert, C. (2016, November 20). Local hate speech and the movement to normalize Donald Trump. Wisconsin State Journal. Retrieved from

Tomsyck, T. (2016, March 16). More visibility with #TheRealUW may be mixed blessing. The Badger Herald. Retrieved from

Pitts, L. (2016, February 06). Movies, TV shows can neutralize bigotry. Miami Herald. Retrieved from

Barncard, C. (2016, February 05). Better diversity training is built on research, not intuition. University of Wisconsin-Madison news. Retrieved from

Blackbourn, A. (2016, February 03). UW research says positive depiction of Muslims in entertainment media can reduce prejudices. The Badger Herald. Retrieved from

Fight Anti-Muslim Prejudice With… A Sitcom! (2016, February 1). Most Resource. Retrieved from


Haq, H. (2016, January 30). Can a TV sitcom reduce Anti-Muslim bigotry? The Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved from

Society for Personality and Social Psychology. (2016, January 30). Media narratives counter prejudice attitudes. ScienceDaily. Retrieved February 8, 2016 from

Media can skew attitudes. (2016, January 30). Science 2.0. Retrieved from

Media narratives counter prejudice attitudes. (2016, January 29). EurekAlert. Retrieved from

Price, J. (Summer 2012). Changing Perceptions. OnWisconsin. Retrieved from


Video-recorded Presentations

Modifying perceived variability reduces prejudice and discrimination – 2/17/16

Link to the talk (Adobe Connect)

Repetition in human cognition and behavior – 4/4/14

How to get people to change their behaviors: Insights from research in behavioral sciences – 3/19/14