Maya graduated with her Master’s in Psychology in 2020. She began working in Dr. O’Brien’s lab in the spring of 2018 and completed her Master’s thesis on the social acceptability of prejudice in online profiles. To find out more about her current work, you can view her resume.
Emily graduated with her Master’s in Psychology in the Spring of 2020. Her interests focus on workplace psychology, specifically leadership development. To find out more about Emily’s interests, please feel free to view her CV.
Aaron earned a Ph.D from Tulane University in 2018. He currently is a Project Manager at TurkPrime, where he conducts research on a variety of topics including prejudice and online research methods. You can visit his Google Scholar page here.
Stefanie earned a Ph.D. from Tulane University in 2015. She then held a post-doctoral position in the Department of Psychology at Carleton College from 2015-2017. Currently, Stefanie is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at Siena College. Her research examines how people perceive and respond to bias in their day-to-day lives, as well as how gender bias influences women in leadership positions. Visit her webpage here.
Patricia earned a Ph.D from Tulane University in 2014. Her research examines how implicit math and English stereotypes impact academic outcomes for both men and women, as well as the effect cultural ideologies have for maintaining the status quo. You can learn more about Patricia’s research by contacting her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alison earned a Ph.D from Tulane University in 2013. After leaving Tulane, she was a post-doctoral researcher at the University of California, Santa Barbara, working with Dr. Brenda Major. Currently, Ali is a Senior Research Manager at the College Transition Collaborative at Stanford University. You can visit her LinkedIn page here.