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Camille Johnson, Ph.D. is an Associate Dean and Professor at San Jose State University. She has earned degrees from Carleton College, Claremont Graduate University, the Ohio State University, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University, Graduate School of Business. She studies how comparing yourself to others influences self-esteem, performance, and choices. She also studies the content of interracial interactions and the experiences of first-generation university students.

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