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Stylianos Syropoulos received his B.A. in Psychology from Franklin & Marshall College in May 2018. He joined UMass as a PhD student in the Psychology of Peace and Violence Program (Social Psychology Division) under the supervision of Dr. Bernhard Leidner in 2018. He has previously worked in the Biopsychology (Dr. Wayne Hawley), Social Psychology (Dr. Megan Knowles) and Developing Moral Values Lab (Development and Experience Center; Dr. Joshua Rottman) at Franklin & Marshall College. Stylianos' research interests focus on the examination of personal safety, peace and violence, intergroup conflict and morality within the United States and in a cross-cultural setting."


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