Lehigh Univ.

I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Social Psychology at Lehigh University. My research focuses on processes of person perception and memory --how people infer different characteristics from others' behaviors and use this information to make predictions about them and adjust their own behaviors. I investigate impression formation as a dynamic process by considering variety and changes in impressions over time. I use both implicit and explicit measures in measuring impressions and perceptions of others. Additionally I examine intergroup biases in perceptions (including time perception bias during cross-race interactions) and work on developing interventions for such biases that occur at the implicit level.