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Nicholas Santascoy received his BA in psychology from the University of California at Berkeley. He is currently a graduate student in the Intergroup Relations Lab and is advised by John F. Dovidio. His research emphasizes the catalyzing effect of social cognition (stable beliefs and transient appraisals) on the social psychology of bias. In one line of work, he examines how lay causal beliefs of stereotyping impact people’s total psychological response (cognitive, conative, affective, and behavioral) to their own and others’ bias.