Wesley Schultz is professor of Psychology at California State University, San Marcos, California. His research involves the application of social psychological theory and methods to the understanding and solution of social problems. At a theoretical level, he is interested in social cognitive processes, individual differences in social cognition, and social influence. Recent projects have included laboratory experiments on implicit environmental attitudes, lab and field research on stereotypes and stereotype threat, field research on environmental programs, studies on normative social influence, and cross-cultural research on the relationship between culture, attitudes, and behavior.
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