Dr. Laurie O’Brien is currently working with two graduate students. More information about her two students and their interests can be found below. Feel free to contact any graduate student with questions regarding the Social Perception Lab, the current research projects in the lab, or information about Tulane and the Psychology Doctoral Program as a whole.
Danica Kulibert, M.S.
Danica is a second-year graduate student in Dr. Laurie O’Brien’s Social Perceptions lab. She earned her B.S. and her M.S. from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where she worked with Dr. Anca Miron. Her interests focus on ingroup/outgroup relationships and factors that influence intergroup interactions. She is also interested in perceptions and attitudes towards different social groups and factors (e.g., perspective-taking, social interactions, knowledge) that can potentially change these attitudes. You can learn more about Danica’s work by viewing her CV. If you would like to know more about project’s she is currently involved in, feel free to email her at email@example.com.
Sally Merritt, B.S.
Sally is a fourth-year graduate student in Dr. Laurie O’Brien’s lab and Dr. Janet Rusher’s lab. If you would like to know more about project’s she is currently involved in, feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.