University of Washington
Karin Frey is a Research Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Washington in the College of Education. Her research focuses on contextual influences on revenge, helping behavior, self-identity and resilience. She earned her Ph.D in developmental psychology at the University of Washington and Post-doc in social psychology at Princeton University as a NIH fellowship. She is also the PI of the Sociomoral Action and Identity Lab (SAIL) that examines the influences of friends, cultural norms, and perceived peer norms in a sample of Indigenous-, Mexican-, European-, and African-Americans.