Sarah Molouki is a third year PhD student at the University of Chicago. Her current research focuses on how people perceive themselves changing over time and how this affects their attitudes towards the future. She holds a BA from Princeton University and an MA from UCLA, both in Psychology.
Alexander Browman is a fifth-year graduate student at Northwestern University. His research investigates (1) common structural, cultural, and lay psychological factors that hinder motivation and achievement among underprivileged students, and (2) how individual differences in self-concept structure—the quantity and organization of one’s self-knowledge—relates to motivation and performance.
Yael Granot is a doctoral candidate in psychology at New York University. Her research explores predictors of selective attention and subsequent consequences for legal punishment decisions. She draws from work on intergroup relations, moral psychology, and perception in order to inform evidence-based interventions to mitigate legal disparities.
Caitlyn Yantis is a fourth year Ph.D. student in the social/personality psychology program at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work investigates the content and consequences of racial stereotypes focused on physical spaces (e.g., neighborhoods). She is also interested in White identity and its influence on interracial interactions.
Jessica Maxwell is a PhD candidate at the University of Toronto researching sexuality and romantic relationships. Her main line of research examines how implicit theories of relationships can be applied to the sexual domain. She also examines attachment processes and factors that influence the accuracy of perceptions in relationships.