Phoenix | United States
Richard Grove is a social psychologist interested in the various ways that religious belief and religious group identity influence the way people perceive the world.
Particularly, he is interested in how religious and nonreligious individuals are perceived in society, how each perceives their own religious ingroup, and how they perceive outgroups. He has published on the topic of intergroup bias between religious and nonreligious individuals, as well as the topic of Christian and atheist stereotypes.
Richard received his PhD in Experimental Psychology from the University of North Dakota in spring 2020 and will begin as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Birmingham in fall 2020.