(Max) Hui Bai, Ph.D|柏翙
Social psychology | Political psychology|Organization science
I am a post-doctoral scholar in the Polarization and Social Change Lab as part of the Stanford Impact Labs.
After growing up in Beijing, I went to The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities in 2009 for my undergraduate education. In 2015, I continued my academic career at The University of Minnesota - Twin Cities as a social psychology Ph.D. student. In my free time, I enjoy cooking for my family, reading sci-fis, and playing Starcraft.
I have three lines of research: The first one looks at the psychological consequences of social changes, such as demographic shifts and cultural changes. The second one looks at the increasingly important role of values and ideological beliefs in the changing society. The third line of my work interfaces novel methods, techniques, and technologies.