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Natalie Markowitz Wittlin
Natalie Markowitz Wittlin is a social psychology graduate student working in the Gender and Intergroup Relations Labs. She earned her B. A. from Barnard College at Columbia University with a major in psychology and a minor in political science. Her research focuses on stigma, dehumanization, and objectification, with a focus on responses to people who are – or are perceived to be – transgender and gender nonbinary. In one line of research, she explores how learning that a person is transgender affects memory for that person. In another, she examines how attributions of personhood vary as a function of a target’s gender. She previously worked in the fields of education and public health.