I am a fifth-year Psychology graduate student at Princeton University. My research interests are at the intersection of social cognition and quantitative methods. Current projects range from adapting natural language processing techniques to study the content of open-ended data (e.g., spontaneous stereotype content and social categorization) to exploring social-cognitive biases in machine learning. Other projects include adversarial collaborations to reconcile competing models of person perception, studies on the effect of multiple categorization on stereotyping, as well as projects on metascience and scientific communication.
PhD in Psychology, 2020 (expected)
M.A. in Experimental Psychology, 2015
The College of William and Mary
B.A. in General Psychology, 2012
Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra