Dr Sue Watt is a social psychologist who conducts research into several different topics in prejudice, immigration and refugees, interactions on the Internet, and environmental psychology. She has studied prejudice towards several groups in Australia and overseas, focusing on the psychological underpinnings of these attitudes. In a related area, Sue has conducted research on the topic of immigration. She is interested in the processes involved in adjusting to a new society, and has examined acculturation from the points of view of the immigrant and the receiving society. Sue’s most recent research investigates the flip side of prejudice – the liking and welcoming of other groups. Sue’s current research looks at Australians’ positive attitudes to immigrants, including refugees, and how this might translate into a warm welcome. Sue’s blog, Social Psychology at UNE (SP-UNE), applies the knowledge and methods of social psychology to real-world problems. You can visit the blog at https://blog.une.edu.au/SocialPsychology.