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Morality and Intergroup Relations (MIR) Research Laboratory
Welcome to the webpages of the Morality & Intergroup Relations (MIR) Research Lab in Psychology at Michigan State University. The lab is directed by Dr. C David Navarrete, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology. Research in the lab adopts an evolutionary perspective to the study of of the intersection of mind, morality and intergroup processes. Current projects explore the links among intergroup bias, coalitional and sexual aggression, and moral judgment, emotions and behavior. Methods include experiments that employ questionnaires, physiological measurement, latency response tasks, and behavioral observation in virtual environments.

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MIR Lab - Fall 2015

Left to right (back row): Jonah Houtz, Ryan Ashbaugh, Michael Vitello, John Kubinski, Andrew Defever, Christian Kotoye, (middle) Ian Anastasia, Brian DeVries, (front) Macy Mederski, Kim Gannon, Whitney Gusfa, Kelley Fitzpatrick, Kylie Olkowski, Paige Pitynski, Colleen Drabek (pictured holding Pierre).

Executive Assistant: Macy Mederski

Public Relations Assistant: Kim Gannon

Security Special Agent: Michael Vitello

Graduate Researcher: John Kubinski

Graduate Researcher: Andrew Defever

Principal Investigator: Dr. C. David Navarrete

Lab Mascot: Pierre Chevalier d'Navarrete

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