Carmen Huici Casal, Professor of Social Psychology in the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology at UNED (2007- today). She is author of eleven books of Social Psychology and Psychology of Groups, and 84 articles and book chapters in the field of intergroup relations. She has been visiting professor at University of Bristol, U.K. (1980-81), and University of Rutgers, U.S. (1992). She has been member of the Executive Committee of European Association of Social Psychology (EASP).
Her work has been focused in the field of intergroup relations, the implicated processes and strategies of improvement. Especially interesting are her works related to social stereotypes, comparative identity at different levels (regional, national, and European) and the relation to ingroup favoritism and intergroup discrimination, vicarious intergroup contact, common social categorization, perspective-taking, self-verification and identity fusion, and ageism.