Christa Nater

Postdoctoral Fellow
location_on Kenny Room 3531--2136 West Mall

Education

PhD, University of Bern, Switzerland, 2019

About

Christa Nater (she/her/hers) received her PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Bern, Switzerland. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Toni Schmader’s Social Identity Lab in the Department of Psychology.


Research

Christa Nater’s research focuses on understanding mechanisms that contribute to persisting social inequalities, in particular stereotyping processes, gender biases in work settings, and (unintended) consequences of institutional diversity interventions. In exploring these issues, her research takes and interdisciplinary approach drawing from social psychological, organizational, and sociological perspectives.


Christa Nater

Postdoctoral Fellow
location_on Kenny Room 3531--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Bern, Switzerland, 2019

Christa Nater (she/her/hers) received her PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Bern, Switzerland. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Toni Schmader’s Social Identity Lab in the Department of Psychology.

Christa Nater’s research focuses on understanding mechanisms that contribute to persisting social inequalities, in particular stereotyping processes, gender biases in work settings, and (unintended) consequences of institutional diversity interventions. In exploring these issues, her research takes and interdisciplinary approach drawing from social psychological, organizational, and sociological perspectives.

Christa Nater

Postdoctoral Fellow
location_on Kenny Room 3531--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Bern, Switzerland, 2019

Christa Nater (she/her/hers) received her PhD in Social Psychology from the University of Bern, Switzerland. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow in Dr. Toni Schmader’s Social Identity Lab in the Department of Psychology.

Christa Nater’s research focuses on understanding mechanisms that contribute to persisting social inequalities, in particular stereotyping processes, gender biases in work settings, and (unintended) consequences of institutional diversity interventions. In exploring these issues, her research takes and interdisciplinary approach drawing from social psychological, organizational, and sociological perspectives.