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November 22, 1999

New Faculty

Heather Bullock

Assistant Professor of Psychology

Heather Bullock is a social psychologist who specializes in how attitudes influence public policy, with an emphasis on how stereotypes about poverty shape welfare policy. She also studies discrimination against low-income women and welfare recipients. Bullock comes to UCSC from Washington, D.C., where she spent one year as an American Psychological Association Congressional Fellow in the Democratic Committee Office of Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, which is chaired by Senator Edward Kennedy. She earned her M.A. and her B.A. from Allegheny College and her Ph.D. in experimental-social psychology from the University of Rhode Island.

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