Stephen D Livingston

Stephen D. Livingston, BSc, MA, is a social psychologist and science writer with expertise in the domains of prejudice and persuasion. He studied biology and psychology at the University of Winnipeg, and social psychology and political science at The Ohio State University. He was most recently an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Toronto Scarborough. You can read more of his writing in Tinted Lenses–a blog that discusses bias in everyday life–at www.PsychologyToday.com.

Essays by Stephen D Livingston

On Becoming a Real Boy from The Psychology of Dexter

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