Professor Elizabeth Seto is our latest recipient of a Small Research Grant from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. The grant will help fund her latest project tentatively titled, “Lowering the moral bar: The effect of belief in free will on racial asymmetries in judgments of blame.” In her words: “If the title isn’t a total giveaway, I aim to examine whether belief in free will and attributions of blame are equal among different racial groups. I predict many interesting interaction effects.”