The Social Identity Lab is a center for social psychological research on group processes, intergroup relations, and the self-concept. Research is explicitly framed by a social identity analysis and is focused on the conceptual development and application of our understanding of social identity processes.

Our research has a broad focus on influence processes within and between groups; the motivational role played by self- and identity-uncertainty in group behavior, intergroup relations, and self-conception; and how groups are structured into more and less central individuals and subgroups. The Social Identity Lab is directed by Michael Hogg and managed by Mark Rinella.