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 NICOLE SHELTON
 Professor of Psychology
 Ph.D., University of Virginia, 1998
 CASE STUDY
Can Whites and Blacks Interact Without Prejudice?
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PSH 520 Peretsman-Scully Hall
Psychology Department
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08540

RESEARCH SUMMARY 
I examine social interactions between Whites and ethnic minorities. I explore how prejudice and interpersonal concerns about issues of prejudice influence the dynamics of intergroup interactions. Additionally, I explore how situational factors that influence the development and maintenance of cross-racial friendships.
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