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Clara Kulich

Clara Kulich

I am interested in individuals who have multiple social identities of distinct status. My research concerns in particular individuals with an inherited low-status identity (e.g., women or ethnic minorities) who have achieved high status through professional upward mobility (e.g., managers, scientists). More broadly, my recent projects include the following areas of research: the glass cliff, the managerial gender pay gap, social mobility, and ambivalent sexism.

Triangulation of research methods: I work with archival data, quantitative (experimental studies, questionnaires), and qualitative (interviews, comments) methods.

Primary Interests:

  • Culture and Ethnicity
  • Gender Psychology
  • Prejudice and Stereotyping
  • Self and Identity

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Other Publications:

Courses Taught:

  • Applied Social Psychology (Bachelor, lecture)
  • Communication and Persuation (master, seminar)
  • Identity Dynamics and Stigmatised Groups (master, lecture)
  • Research Seminar: Social psychology (master, seminar)
  • Social and organsational psychology (Bachelor, lecture)
  • Social Psychology of Gender (master, lecture)

Clara Kulich
School of Psychology and Educational Sciences
University of Geneva
Boulevard du Pont d'Arve 40
CH-1211 Geneva

  • Phone: +41 22 379 93 12

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