Gabrielle Filip-Crawford

Assistant Professor

651-690-6090

gfilipcrawford@stkate.edu

As a social psychologist, Gabrielle Filip-Crawford’s work explores the ways in which we navigate our social world. How do we decide who to sit next to on the bus, trust to watch our children, or allow to borrow money? The ways in which we distinguish friend from foe or opportunity from threat shape how we perceive and act toward others. Gabrielle is especially interested in how these processes play out in various groups, including lesbians and gay men and people with mental illness. Her work also explores the concealability and visibility of sexual orientation, and the implications of this for both person perception processes and LGBT physical and mental health.

Gabrielle received her Ph.D. and M.A. in social psychology from Arizona State University and her B.A. in psychology from Mills College.

Ph.D., Social Psychology
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2015

Master of Arts, Social Psychology
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2011

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Mills College, Oakland, CA, 2003

Filip-Crawford, G. & Neuberg, S.L. (2015). Homosexuality and pro-gay ideology as pathogens? Implications of a disease-spread lay model for understanding anti-gay behaviors. Personality and Social Psychology Review.

Krems, J.A., Neuberg, S.L., Filip-Crawford, G., & Kenrick, D.T. (in press). Is she angry? (Sexually desirable) Women ‘see’ anger on female faces. Psychological Science.

Adams, K.A., Nagoshi, C.T., Filip-Crawford, G., Terrell, H.K., & Nagoshi, J.L. (in press) Components of gender nonconformity prejudice. International Journal of Transgenderism.

Neuberg, S.L., Warner, C.M., Mistler, S.A., Berlin, A., Hill, E.D., Johnson, J.D., Filip-Crawford, G., Millsap, R.E., Thomas, G., Winkelman, M., Broome, B.J., Taylor, T.J., & Schober, J. (2014). Religion and intergroup conflict: Findings from the global group relations project. Psychological Science, 25, 198-206.

Collins, R.L., Cerully, J.L., Wong, E.C., Golan, G., Yu, J., & Filip-Crawford, G. (2014). Evaluating the California Mental Health Service Authority’s stigma and discrimination reduction initiative: Year 1 findings. RAND Corporation Research Report.

Nagoshi, C.T., Filip-Crawford, G., & Varley, A.H. (2013). The quantitative/positivist approach to socially constructed identities. In J.L. Nagoshi, C.T. Nagoshi, & S. Brzuzy (Eds.), Gender and sexual identity: Transcending feminist and queer theory (pp. 47-85). New York: Springer.

Filip-Crawford, G. (2016, September). Believing that homosexuality is contagious: Implications for anti-gay behaviors. Paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Santa Monica, CA.

Filip-Crawford, G. (2016, January). Stereotyping gay men and lesbians as contagious: Implications for anti-gay behaviors. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Krems, J. A., Neuberg, S. L., Filip-Crawford, G., & Kenrick, D. T. (2015, February). Is She Angry at Me? (Sexually Desirable) Women ‘See’ Anger on Female Faces. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.

Filip-Crawford, G. & Neuberg, S.L. (2014, November). Homosexuality and Pro-Gay Ideology as Pathogens? Empirical Tests of a Lay Disease-Spread Model. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Social Psychologists of Arizona, Phoenix, AZ.

Filip-Crawford, G., Neuberg, S.L., Broome, B., Berlin, A., & Warner, C. (2014, May). Reducing Serious Intergroup Conflict: A Role for Religious Messages of Tolerance? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Filip-Crawford, G., White, A.E., & Kwan, V.S.Y. (2014, February). Angry Lesbians and Happy Gays: Emotional Expression Influences the Perception of Sexual Orientation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.