Elizabeth (Betsy) Levy Paluck is Professor in the Department of Psychology and in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University.

Her research is concerned with the reduction of prejudice and conflict, including ethnic and political conflict, youth conflict in schools, and violence against women. She uses large-scale field experiments to test interventions that target individuals' perceived norms and behavior about conflict and tolerance, including mass media and peer-to-peer interventions.

Paluck is the recipient of the Sage Young Scholars Award, the Cialdini Award for field research, and an Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association.