Paige Didier (Class of 2020)
Shiloh Sumanthiran (Class of 2019)
Rongzhi (Maria) Liu (Class of 2018)
Anna Scheibmeir (Class of 2018)
Sean Woodruff (Class of 2018)
Sangeeta Subedi (Class of 2018)
Amy Gilligan (Class of 2018)
Major: Psychology Minor: French
Areas of Interest: Social Psychology, Educational Psychology & Clinical Psychology
Grant Torre (Class of 2017)
Jasmyne Kim (Class of 2017)
Will be assisting with research, recruiting participants, administrative aspects of the lab, and experiments.
Briana Cox (Class of 2017)
Major: Special Major in Cognitive Science with Psychology and Linguistic focus
Areas of interest: building and understanding language, and the creation and perception of art from a cognitive standpoint–Does art offer insight into human cognition?
Jordan Sciascia (Class of 2017)
Major: Linguistics and Linguistics and Education
Areas of Interest: Language, bilingual research and education, first and second language acquisition
Cynthia Siego (Class of 2017)
Areas of Interest: Developmental Psychology, Psychology of Language.
Areas of Interest: Developmental Psychology and Behavioral Neuroscience
Fatema Jivanjee (Class of 2016)
Special Majoring in Psychology and Educational Studies, Minoring in Linguistics Areas of interest: Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Social/Cultural Psychology, and how the three interact to influence the course of mental disorders Will be assisting research, laboratory administration, and running experiments.
Alexander Noyes (Class of 2015)
Honors Psychology Major with Gender and Sexuality Studies Minor Areas of interest: social/cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and the psychology of gender. Specifics of Research: My current research explores children’s inductive reasoning (using a sample of evidence to draw larger conclusions); specifically, their ability to distinguish between better (more informative) and worse (less informative) samples or evidence. Examples of questions I ask: Do the categories represented in the sample matter (e..g, whether its people, animals, or objects)? Does the object of their inductive reasoning matter (e.g., whether they’re reasoning about biological properties, behaviors, or preferences)?
Chris Capron (Class of 2015)
Majoring in Honors Psychology with an emphasis on languages and a minor in English Literature Areas of Interest: Language acquisition, multi-lingual speakers Specifics of research: Learning by comparisons and levels of similarity between stimuli
Catherine Xiang (Class of 2015)
Areas of interest: neural mechanisms that underlie social behaviours, disorders involving abnormal social cognition during development, autism, multi-lingual speakers, cultural neuroscience
So Yeon Shin (Class of 2015)
Special Majoring in Psychology and Educational Studies
Areas of interest: Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, English as a Second Language (ESL) Specifics of research: Executive functioning system of bilingual children, analogical reasoning in bilinguals
Lauren Mirzakhalili (Class of 2015)
Wynter Lastarria (Class of 2015)
Majoring in Psychology with a Minor in English Literature Areas of interest: Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology with an emphasis on second language acquisition and language-learning cognitive biases. Will be assisting research, laboratory administration, and running experiments.
Averill Obee (Class of 2015)
Majoring in Psychology with a double-minor in Peace & Conflict Studies and Chinese Areas of Interests: developmental and clinical psychology, and where the two overlap. Will be assisting research, laboratory administration, and running experiments.
Victoria Yam (Summer Intern)
Cameron French (Class of 2014)
Honors Psychology major, with a double-minor in Cognitive Science and Classics Areas of Interest: language acquisition and how that affects concept development in early life, and what that means for cognition throughout a speaker’s lifetime, as well as decision making and judgement in adults
Kelsey Huntberry (Class of 2014)
Graduated with a double major in psychology and political science.Will be attending Washington University in St. Louis in the fall to pursue a masters degree in public health. Areas of Interest: Clinical and developmental psychology, theory of mind, decision making and comparison, and the development of psychological disorders Will be assisting with research, laboratory administration, and participant recruitment.
Caitlin Sequira (Class of 2014)
Double majoring in Psychology and Asian Studies Areas of Interest: Developmental Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social/Cultural Psychology, Language Acquisition, Bilingualism, Engineering Psychology/Ergonomics. Specifics of Research:Analogical Reasoning in Bilingual Youth.