Undergraduate Degree: B.A. Psychology and Professional Writing, Miami University
Graduate Degree: Ph.D. Social Psychology, Indiana University, in progress
Graduate Student in the Mind and Identity in Context Lab: 2019 - present
Predominantly, I am interested in investigating the ways in which social identities influence interaction, specifically in organizational or academic settings. This interest involves research surrounding stereotyping, prejudice, fixed versus growth mindset, and stereotype threat. With the goal of discovering novel psychological interventions to target negative effects related to these phenomena, and to foster positive intergroup interactions, I have also utilized eye-tracking methodology to investigate the ways in which attention to the eyes can influence social interaction.