Fabian is a doctoral candidate working with Jack Dovidio. His interests focus around intergroup bias and the psychological processes that facilitate and impede action for social change. In his main research, Fabian is conducting a comprehensive meta-analysis of the relationship between inclusive social identities and outgroup attitudes, as well as lines of primary research in a variety of cultural contexts examining how inclusive identities can undermine collective efforts for social change. Beyond academia, Fabian is passionate about socially useful behavioral/data science, and has tackled people-related questions in research roles at Google in San Francisco, and the Behavioural Insights Team in London. Prior to coming to Yale, Fabian received degrees from the University of Oxford and the University of Groningen.