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Christa Nater

I am a postdoctoral researcher at the University of British Columbia in Canada.

My expertise is in the field of applied psychology with an emphasis on social inequalities and workplace biases.

About me

As a social and organizational psychologist, I examine mechanisms that perpetuate inequalities and biases, and explore what is necessary to create successful interventions for addressing these societal and organizational issues. I adopt an interdisciplinary perspective combining insights from psychology, organizational behavior research, health sciences, and sociology. I am skilled at using a multimethod approach including experiments, physiological stress measurements, meta-analysis, and archival data analysis.

Mirroring my aspirations and goals as a scholar, my research has been well received by the scientific community and the public alike. For instance, I have acquired several research grants, received multiple international scientific awards, and been invited for numerous public talks and knowledge transfers.

I pursued my Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Bern and New York University and received my degree in December 2019 from the University of Bern.

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