Amanda Van Camp

Amanda is a fourth year graduate student in social psychology working with Dr. Laurie O’Brien. She earned a B.S. from Purdue University in May of 2014. She has experience examining the social cognitive underpinnings of stereotyping, prejudice reduction techniques, and behavioral outcomes of bias. Her research interests are focused on addressing important societal issues through experimentation. For instance, she is interested in the consequences of experiencing or expressing prejudice, the underrepresentation of certain groups in stigmatized domains, and why some biases are attended to more than others. You can learn more about Amanda’s research by viewing her CV here (Van Camp_2017) or contact her at