Anthony G. Greenwald
Professor of psychology, University of Washington

Anthony G. Greenwald is Professor of Psychology at University of Washington. He received a BA from Yale (1959) and PhD from Harvard (1963). His recent research has been on implicit and unconscious cognition, especially applied to phenomena of stereotyping and prejudice and to cognitive processing of subliminal stimuli. He has received the Distinguished Scientist Award from Society of Experimental Social Psychology, the Lifetime Achievement Award (William James Fellow) from the Association for Psychological Science, and is an elected Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences.