Welcome to the Social Justice Neuroscience and Psychology Laboratory at the University of Chicago. The aim of our research is to understand how to decrease discrimination. Specifically, our research explores how social categories such as race, gender, and sexual orientation influence prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination. Broadly, we are interested in how perception, emotion, cognition, and motivation shape intergroup relations and social justice. The ultimate goal of our work is to use empirical evidence to inform policy by identifying and characterizing robust and reliable interventions for prejudice and discrimination, and testing the constraints of these interventions in producing lasting reductions in inequality.