Ava Ma de Sousa

Ava Ma de Sousa

October 8, 2020

Ava is interested in the computational and neural mechanisms behind social learning, prejudice, and dehumanization, and how these processes are influenced by social identity. Ava Ma de Sousa

Hsien Lilly

Hsien Lilly

March 6, 2020

Hsien is interested in the psychological and neural mechanisms through which social judgement and group identity are formed and potentially changed. She is also interested in the intersection of technology and psychological research. Hsien Lilly

Qianqian (Lee) Cui

Qianqian (Lee) Cui

April 24, 2019

Lee is interested in how social cognitive knowledge influences social perception and attitude formation with behavioral and machine learning methods. Qianqian (Lee) Cui

Olivia Carrubba

Olivia Carrubba

April 24, 2019

Olivia is a Brain and Cognitive Science Masters student at the Universtity of Amsterdam. Her work at NYU focuses on the relationship between anxiety and intergroup bias. Olivia Carrubba

Celia Guillard

Celia Guillard

April 24, 2019

Celia is interested in the intersection of social neuroscience and politics, particularly the neural and psychological mechanisms that facilitate dehumanization and human rights abuses. Celia Guillard

Hyebin Kim (Rachel)

Hyebin Kim (Rachel)

April 22, 2019

Rachel is interested in social and consumer neuroscience, behavioral economics, and decision-making.  She looks at the impact of social context on the instrumental learning of attitudes. Hyebin Kim (Rachel)

Ben Stillerman, Ph.D.

Ben Stillerman, Ph.D.

April 22, 2019

Ben is interested in the neural and psychological mechanisms underlying intergroup bias, particularly as they relate to memory systems and visual processes. Ben Stillerman, Ph.D.