Steffanie Guillermo

Steffanie Guillermo

Assistant Professor of Psychology

With Pitzer Since: 2017
Field Group: Psychology
Campus Address: Fletcher 218
Phone: 909.607.3352
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Educational Background

BA, Lehigh University
PhD, University of Colorado, Boulder

Research Interests

I am interested in the way race shapes social cognitive processes, with a particular interest in perceptions of racial groups stereotypically associated with threat. My primary line of research examines visual attention, and assesses mechanisms underlying preferential attention to racial outgroup faces. In a second line of research, I am interested in the effects of socially diverse contexts on race-based responding.

Selected Publications

Correll J., Hudson S.M., Guillermo S., & Ma, D. (2014). The police officer’s dilemma: A decade of research on racial bias in the decision to shoot. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 8(5), 201-213.

Correll J., Guillermo S., & Vogt, J. (2014). On the flexibility of attention to race. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 55, 74-79.

Guillermo, S. & Correll, J. (2016). Attentional biases towards Latinos. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 38, 264-278.

Correll, J., Hudson, S. M., Guillermo, S., & Earls, H. A. (2017). Of kith and kin: Perceptual enrichment, expectancy, and reciprocity in face perception.?Personality and Social Psychology Review,?21(4), 336-360.

Guillermo, S. & Correll, J. (2020). Beyond stereotypes: The complexity of attention to racial out-group faces. Journal of Theoretical Social Psychology, 4(2), 55-74.

Guillermo, S. & Barre-Hemingway, M?(2020). Pain perception and treatment for adolescents in racially concordant versus discordant patient-provider scenarios. Journal of Adolescent Health, 66(5), 589-596.

Selected Conference Presentations and Invited Talks

Faruqee, S. & Guillermo, S. (2019). Effect of Suspect Race on Perceptions of Interrogation Coerciveness. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.

Guillermo, S., Vogt, J., Correll, J., & Wittenbrink, B. (2019). Goal Relevance of Happy but not Angry Faces Attenuates Racial Attentional Bias. Paper presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual Convention, Pasadena, CA.

Title: Racial Attentional Bias: Stimulus- and Perceiver-Driven Processes. Psychology Brown Bag, California State University, Northridge – 2018

Guillermo, S. & Correll, J. (2012). The World is Not Black and White: Attentional Biases in a Multi-Ethnic Context. Poster presented at Denver University, Colorado State University, and University of Colorado, Boulder Research Day Conference, Denver, CO.

Guillermo, S. & Correll, J. (2014). Attentional Biases in Bi-Ethnic and Multi-Ethnic Contexts. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, Austin, TX.

Guillermo, S. & Correll, J. (2015). Attention Allocation to Racial Outgroups. Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, Long Beach, CA.

Guillermo, S. (2016). Who Attends to Race? And Why? Symposium at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Denver, CO.

Selected Grants, Awards, and Honors

Society for Personality and Social Psychology Diversity Fund Travel Grant, 2014

University of Colorado, Boulder Graduate Summer Dissertation Fellowship, 2016

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