I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Toronto conducting research in the area of Social Psychology. I am also postdoctoral researcher with the Engendering Success in STEM research consortium.
By using a multi-method approach, I investigate the processes by which social categorization can form and maintain inequalities. That is, I examine the ways that perceiving group categories (e.g., race, gender) impact how we think, feel, and behave towards others, as well as contextual (i.e., situational difference) and person factors (i.e., individual differences) that moderate these processes. To accomplish this work, I draw on psychological theories and methods from many sub-fields beyond social psychology, including psychophysiology, and cognitive, developmental, personality, and industrial-organizational psychology.
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I am thrilled to announce that I have accepted a position as a Postdoctoral Researcher with the Engendering Success in STEM research consortium!
Postdoctoral researcher at ESS!
CPA Certificate of Academic Excellence!
What an honor! My dissertation was awarded with the Canadian Psychological Association's Certificate of Academic Excellence, which is awarded to only a few doctoral students from each Canadian University each year.
Paper Published in Journal of Social Issues
Read about our research on the pervasiveness of color and conflict blind behavior!
York University Dissertation Award
After successfully defending my dissertation work, I learned that my dissertation has been nominated for the York University Dissertation Award! Woohoo!! What an honor!