Professor of Psychology, University of North Carolina
Professor Neblett has argued that the only acceptable and legitimate form of psychological science is one that incorporates diversity. Diversity is not a “special” topic or interest. Psychological science must consider and capture the full breadth of human experience and understand how culture informs worldviews and behaviors. Thus, research and training must both prioritize multiculturalism. In addition to examining the diversity of subjects, the academy as well as its leadership must reflect diversity.
This talk is also the Lyle Lanier Lecture and keynote address for the Illinois Summit on Diversity in Psychological Science.
Hosted by: Department of Psychology
In conjunction with: American Indian Studies Program, College of ACES, College of Education, Counseling Center, Department of African American Studies, Department of Anthropology, Department of Asian American Studies, Department of Communication, Department of Dance, Department of History, Department of Landscape Architecture, Department of Linguistics, Department of Sociology, Department of Statistics, Graduate College, Office of Inclusion & Intercultural Relations, Office of Minority Student Affairs, School of Information Sciences, School of Social Work