Jin X. Goh
I am a third-year graduate student working with Professor Judith Hall. My general research looks at the relationship between nonverbal behavior and prejudice (e.g., racism, sexism, and homophobia). More specifically, I am interested in how prejudice can influence interpersonal sensitivity and how it can be leaked through nonverbal behavior during social interaction. My other research interests include predictors of customer satisfaction, verbal sensitivity, social power, and cultural psychology.