Thursday, December 5, 2019

Graduate Student Bai’s Research in Minnesota Daily

Headshot Max Hui Bai
Hui (Max) Bai, graduate student in social psychology at the University of Minnesota recently published an article which is discussed by Minnesota Daily. In the Minnesota Daily piece titled “What factors into far-right extremism? A UMN researcher wanted to find out” Bai explains his research measuring Social Dominance Orientation (SDO) and racial identity to determine factors for far-right extremism. Bai’s adviser Christopher Federico, PhD, professor in political psychology is also quoted.

The referenced research article: B Hui (2019). “Whites' racial identity centrality and social dominance orientation are interactively associated with far‐right extremism”, British Journal of Social Psychology,