Sue Kraus is a social psychologist specializing in social cognition processes including perceived variability of social groups, knowledge representation of stereotypes and the use of individuating versus stereotype information. Other areas of interest include person perception, cross-cultural psychology and gender issues in psychology. Dr. Kraus’ expertise in quantitative research methods and statistical analyses led to her current involvement in medical research. She serves as an ongoing research design consultant and statistician for a variety of projects conducted at The University of Rochester Medical School. She also puts her skills to work locally, serving as an ongoing research design and statistical consultant for 9R School District, the Town of Mancos, KSUT Public Radio Station, and the Durango Public Library.