George Schreer



Brownson Hall, 224

Professor Schreer has been a member of the Psychology Department at Manhattanville since 1999. He received his BA from Binghamton University and PhD in social psychology from Syracuse University. He teaches courses in his breadth area, including Social Psychology, Social Influence and Persuasion, and Stereotyping and Prejudice, as well as core courses in statistics and research methods. He also supervises students with their research and fieldwork experiences. His current research interests include masculinity threat and meat eating, anthropomorphism and animal-related issues, and implicit prejudice. He regularly presents his research, often with Manhattanville students, at both regional and national psychology conferences.

Psychological Mythbusting
Research Methods
Social Influence & Persuasion
Social Psychology
Statistics for Social Sciences
Stereotyping & Prejudice

Social Psychology, PhD, Syracuse University
Social Psychology, MA, Syracuse University
Psychology, BA, Binghamton University
Effect of anthropomorphizing food animals on intentions to eat meat.

Anthrozoös, 34, 563-578, 2021.
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Pets and Happiness: Examining the Association between Pet Ownership and Wellbeing

Anthrozoös, 29:283-296, 2016.
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"Shopping while Black": Examining racial discrimination in a retail setting.

Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(6): 1432-1444, 2009.
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Narcissism and aggression: Is inflated self-esteem related to aggressive driving?

North American Journal of Psychology, 4(3): 333-341, 2002.
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