Hannah Buie

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Graduate Student, Social Psychology
Faculty Advisor: Alyssa Croft
Degree(s): 
  • M.A.

I graduated with a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Upon graduating, I moved to Washington, DC where I first worked in development and administration in the nonprofit sector. I then joined DC Bilingual Public Charter School as Operations Manager where I oversaw finance, human resources, building operations, and the nutrition program. In 2016, I moved back to North Carolina to attend a graduate program in experimental psychology. My thesis examined thought suppression related to stereotyping. I received my M.A. from Western Carolina University in 2019. I am now a Ph.D. candidate working in the Social Roles and Identity Lab researching how motivation and social identity shape self-perception and interactions across social groups.

Selected Publications: 
Ford, T. E., Buie, H. S., Mason, S., Olah, A., Breeden, C., & Ferguson, M., (2019). Diminished Self-Concept and Social Exclusion: Disparagement Humor from the Target’s Perspective. Self and Identity, 1-21. 
 
Buie, H. S. and Croft, A.S. (2020). The Role of Group Membership in 
Relational Statements. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Orleans, Louisiana.
 
Buie, H. S. & Ford, T. E. (2019). Thought Suppression in the Context of the Normative Window Model of Prejudice. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Portland, Oregon.
 
Courses Taught: 
  • PSY 150: Introduction to Psychology