Current Undergrads

Alexandra Bookis

Alexandra is a senior pursuing a B.S. in Psychology with a double major in French in the Tulane Honors Program. She began working in the lab in the spring of 2018, and this year she is writing an empirical Honors Thesis that explores gender stereotypes relating to careers in the STEM fields. You can find out more about Alexandra’s current work on her resume or email her at abookis@tulane.edu

Kyla Chenier

Kyla Chenier is pursuing a B.S. in Psychology with a double major in French. She is a member of the Tulane Honors Program and has a particular interest in Social Psychology and Non-Profit work. After graduation, Kyla intends to pursue a masters degree in Psychology. To learn more about her interests, feel free to contact her at kchenier@tulane.edu

Maya Cohen

Maya is a senior pursuing a B.S. in Psychology with a double major in Gender and Sexuality Studies and a minor in Social Innovation/Social Entrepreneurship. She began working in Dr. O’Brien’s lab in the spring of 2018 and is currently leading an experiment about the social acceptability of prejudice in online profiles. Maya plans to stay at Tulane to pursue her Masters in Psychological Science in the spring of 2020. To find out more about her current work, you can view her resume or contact her at mcohen20@tulane.edu

Natalia Eisenstadt

Natalia is a sophomore pursuing a B.S. in psychology and a minor in Spanish. Her interests include social psychology, geriatric psychology and the penal system. She is excited to expand her knowledge of psychological research in Dr. O’Brien’s lab. If you want to know more about Natalia and her interests, please feel free  contact her at nataliaeisenstadt@gmail.com

Ellyn Frohberg

Ellyn is a senior completing a Dual Degree in both Psychology (BS) and Public Health (BSPH) She is currently both a research assistant and an honors thesis student in the Social Perception lab. Her thesis topic is Weight Stigma related to women. It is interdisciplinary between Social Psychology and Public Health. If you would like to learn more about her interests, feel free to contact her at efrohber@tulane.edu.

Darcy Hannagan

Darcy Hannagan is a Psychology, Public Health, and Spanish student aiming to graduate in 2020. She thoroughly enjoys research, both quantitative and qualitative, and is passionate about a wide range of topics including social influences and preventative health care. If you would like to know more about Darcy, please feel free to view her resume or contact her at dhannaga@tulane.edu.

Evelyn Ohaus

Evelyn is in her third and final year at Tulane and will be graduating in the Spring of 2019 with a B.S in psychology and a minor in Sociology. She hopes to pursue graduate studies in either a PhD or PsyD program. Her interests include incarcerated populations, addiction, and couples and family therapy. Evelyn is currently in her third semester in Dr. O’Brien’s lab and has enjoyed becoming more involved with the research process throughout this time. To learn more about her, feel free to view her CV or contact her at eohaus@tulane.edu

Emily Ramier

Emily is a senior from Toronto, Canada, who is completing a B.S in Psychology with a double major in Cognitive Studies and a minor in French. She intends to pursue her master’s degree in Tulane’s 4+1 program next year. Her interests focus on workplace psychology, specifically leadership development. To find out more about Emily’s interests, please feel free to view her CV or contact her at eramier@tulane.edu. 

India Reidt

India recently graduated magna cum laude with her B.S. in Math and Psychology. She began working in the lab in Fall 2017 and is currently working with graduate student, Danica Kulibert, on studying how sexual orientation affects perceptions of sexual harassment. India plans on pursuing a PhD in Quantitative Psychology. To learn more about her, you can view her CV or contact her at ireidt@tulane.edu.