Professor of Psychology
Princeton University

Betsy Levy Paluck is a Professor in the Department of Psychology and in the Policy School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. She serves as an scientific advisor for IPA's Peace & Recovery Program. Her research is concerned with the reduction of prejudice and conflict, including ethnic and political conflict, youth conflict in schools, and violence against women. She uses large-scale field experiments to test interventions that target individuals' perceived norms and behavior about conflict and tolerance, including mass media and peer-to-peer interventions. Professor Paluck is a 2017 Macarthur Fellow, and has been the recipient of the Princeton University Graduate Mentor award and the Cialdini Award for field research.