Gregory Walton is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. His research examines the nature of self and identity, often in the context of academic motivation and achievement. He is interested in social factors relevant to motivation, in stereotypes and group differences in school achievement, and in social-psychological interventions to raise achievement and narrow group differences.
Faculty Research Speaker Series
Associate Professor of Psychology, Stanford University
Wise Interventions to Mitigate Excessive Discipline Problems in School: Teachers and Students As Two Avenues Into an Interlocking System
April 28, 2017, 12:00 p.m.