Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Kansas

Ludwin Molina's work examines how group identities and group-based power asymmetries influence group relations. My research considers the tension between national unity and diversity. Using multiple methods and diverse samples, he has tested theory-based hypotheses concerning: ethnic group differences on levels of national identification, the role that constructions of national identity have on attitudes toward immigration policy, and the effects of recognition of valued subgroup identities on identifying with the superordinate group.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Kansas