Sarah Johnson

Sarah Johnson is a Postdoctoral Scholar at Northwestern’s Department of Psychology and Institute for Policy Research. Sarah's primary research interests lie in the areas of social stigma and social identity threat. As a postdoctoral scholar, Sarah will work with Dr. Richeson to examine the emotional, cognitive, and physiological consequences of managing a stigmatized identity. Sarah received her B.A. in psychology from Emory University in 2001 and completed her Ph.D. in social psychology at Northwestern in the spring of 2009.