Conferences and Awards

Bold: Lab Member; Underline: Graduate Student; Underline*: Undergraduate Student

Conference Presentations

Guillot, S.*, Sklover, H.*, Ramier, E., Chenier, K.*, Paul, C.*, Kulibert, D., & O’Brien, L. T. (June, 2019). Moderates vs. Extremists: Meta-Perceptions of Pro-Norm and Anti-Norm Deviant Group Members in the Democratic Party. Poster accepted for presentation at the Louisiana Psychological Association Conference, Metairie, Louisiana.

Ramier, E., Sklover, H.*, Chenier, K.*, Guillot, S.*, Paul, C.*, Kulibert, D., & O’Brien, L. T. (June, 2019). Judging the Average Joe: Perceptions of Deviants within the Democratic Party. Poster accepted for presentation at the Louisiana Psychological Association Conference, Metairie, Louisiana.

Kulibert, D., Moss, A. J., & O’Brien, L. T. (March, 2019). The effects of pro-norm vs. anti-norm behaviors on perceptions of political candidates. Poster presented at the International Conference for Psychological Science, Paris, France.

Kulibert, D., Moss, A. J., & O’Brien, L. T. (February, 2019). The perceptions of pro-norm vs. anti-norm deviants in USA political parties. Poster presented at the Political Psychology Preconference at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Portland, Oregon.

Reidt, I.*, Kulibert, D., & O’Brien, L. T. (February, 2019). Sexual harassment: Are claims made by lesbian women perceived differently than claims made by heterosexual women? Poster presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference, Portland, Oregon.

Magaldi, M.* & O’Brien, L.T. (March, 2018). Pregnant on campus: The stigma of undergraduate pregnancy. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Moss, A. & O’Brien, L.T. (March, 2018). Norm appeal: Seeing others acknowledge implicit racial bias increases acceptance of one’s own bias. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Simon, S., O’Brien, L. T., & Magaldi, M.* (2018, March). Putting yourself in the victim’s shoes: Does perspective-taking affect judgments of sexism and legal decision-making? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.

Van Camp, A., O’Brien, L.T., & Gilbert, P. (2018, March). Understanding the effects of role model identification on women’s stereotypes about STEM. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Atlanta, GA.Research Awards

Grants and Awards

Mortar Board Teaching Award, Tulane University (May, 2019). Awarded to Dr. Laurie O’Brien for outstanding teaching.

Tulane Psychology Faculty Memorial Award, Tulane University (May, 2019). Awarded to Maya Cohen for outstanding contribution to psychology research related to her work in the Social Perceptions Lab.

Rosa Cahn Hartman Medal, Tulane University (May, 2019). Awarded to Ellyn Frohberg* for her honors thesis entitled: Weight Stigma: Experiences for Women on a College Campus.

Aaron Hartman Award, Tulane University (May, 2019). Awarded to Alexandra Bookis* for her honors thesis entitled: Children’s Gender Stereotypes of Abilities in Science Subjects and Careers.

Tulane CELT Summer Award for Faculty Mentored Undergraduate Research, Tulane University (April, 2019). Awarded to Natalia Eisenstadt* for her project: Understanding Prejudice Against Muslims: the function of perceived gender role attitudes.

Tulane Center for Academic Equity Summer Research Grant, Tulane University (April, 2019). Awarded to Natalia Eisenstadt* for her project: Understanding Prejudice Against Muslims: the function of perceived gender role attitudes.

Newcomb College Institute Faculty Research Grant, Tulane University (April, 2019). Awarded to Dr. Laurie O’Brien for the project: Sexual Harassment: How are claims of sexual harassment involving lesbian women perceived compared to claims involving heterosexual women?

Tulane Honors Summer Research Program, Tulane University (April, 2019). Awarded to Madeline Billeaud* for the project: Perspective-Taking and Perceived Legitimacy of Sexual Harassment Claims.

Undergraduate Diversity Travel Award, Society for Personality and Social Psychology (January, 2019). Awarded to India Reidt* for travel to the SPSP Annual Conference in Portland, OR to present the project: Sexual Harassment: Are claims involving lesbian women perceived differently than claims made by heterosexual women?

Newcomb-Tulane College Dean’s Grant, Tulane University (September, 2018). Awarded to India Reidt* for the project: Sexual Harassment: Are claims involving lesbian women perceived differently than claims made by heterosexual women?

Newcomb-Tulane College Dean’s Grant, Tulane University (April, 2018). Awarded to India Reidt* for the project: Sexual Harassment: Are claims made by lesbian women perceived differently than claims made by heterosexual women?