Even Apfelbaum is an Associate Professor at the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. He received his B.S. in Psychology and Music from Union College and Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Tufts University.
Professor Apfelbaum examines the important, and often complex, issues that lie at the intersection of diversity and individual, group, and organizational processes.
Apfelbaum, Evan P., et al. “From ignorance to intolerance: Perceived intentionality of racial discrimination shapes preferences for colorblindness versus multiculturalism.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69 (2017): 86-101.
Levine, Sheen S., et al. “Ethnic diversity deflates price bubbles.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111.52 (2014): 18524-18529.
Shteynberg, Garriy, et al. “Feeling more together: Group attention intensifies emotion.” Emotion 14.6 (2014): 1102-1114.