Paper Accepted

(5/16/2019) “Gender Biases in Impressions from Faces: Empirical Studies and Computational Models” is accepted for publication in Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (APA). The paper is coauthored by Alexander Todorov, Ron Dotsch, and Jenny M. Porter, and is part of DongWon’s dissertation work at Princeton University. You can read the accepted version of the paper here.


Person Perception Workshop Poster

Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Australia

(3/23/2018) DongWon Oh presents his poster “Revealing Gender Biases in First Impressions” at Person Perception Workshop hosted by ARC Centre of Excellence in Cognition & its Disorders (CCD) at University of Western Australia. Project with Ron Dotsch, Jenny Porter, Elinor Buck, and Alex Todorov.

IMG_2323View from a local restaurant, Bayside Kitchen, Perth



(2/28/2018) DongWon Oh gives a talk at Neuroscience and Social Decision Making (NSDM) series at Princeton University. The talk series was started in 2003 by Josh Greene and Jon Cohen to explore research at the intersection of neuroscience and the social sciences. Some speakers in the past have been Michael Inzlicht, Kevin Ochsner, David Amodio, Randy Buckner, Joe Kable, Jason Mitchell, Mauricio Delgado, Daphna Shohamy, Lila Davachi, Jamil Zaki, and Angela Duckworth. More recent speakers have been Meghan L. Meyer (Dartmouth), Brent Hughes (UC Riverside), Pranjal Mehta (U Oregon), Emile Bruneau (UPenn), Luke Chang (Dartmouth), Ana Gantman (Princeton), Becket Ebitz (Princeton), and Ryan Stolier (NYU). Recently the series has been more geared towards hosting junior faculty members and other young researchers in cog/social neuroscience and decision science.

“Inside the Grant Panel” Finalist

(2018/2/9) Joel E. Martinez and DongWon Oh are one of the 3 finalists for “Inside the Grant Panel” grant, the small grants competition at 2018 SPSP annual convention in Atlanta, GA.

A panel of social and personality psychologists will review each submission, live on Saturday, March 3, 12:45-2:00pm at #SPSP2018.  One winner will receive a $5,000 grant, each of the 2 runners-ups $2,500.

The proposed project examines the visual stereotypes people have about immigrants. Check out Joel and DongWon’s preregistration and grant proposal here.

*Update: JEM and DO won $2,500 as a runner-up.