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Jack Glaser, associate professor of public policy

Jack Glaser

Jack Glaser, an associate professor and associate dean at the Goldman School of Public Policy, is a social psychologist whose primary research interest is in stereotyping, prejudice and discrimination. His work includes investigations of the unconscious operation of stereotypes and prejudice — using modern, computerized methods — and of the implications of such subtle forms of bias for criminal justice.

Glaser writes frequently on the topic of hate crime, and has analyzed historical data as well as racist rhetoric on the Internet, in order to challenge assumptions about economic predictors of intergroup violence.

In addition to his teaching and research at the Goldman School, Glaser helps to train California judges in the psychology of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination and how they might operate implicitly to undermine fairness in the courtroom.

He is the author of Suspect Race: Causes and Consequences of Racial Profiling, (Oxford, 2014).

Posts by Jack Glaser

12-22-14Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Banning, yet institutionalizing, racial profiling
8-28-14Politics & Law: What's on your mind?Why Gov. Nixon has to remove prosecutor
12-10-09Memorable books read this yearThe Wild Trees