My interests lie in the intersection of intergroup relations, social cognition, and mental health. Specifically, I am curious about how intergroup perceptions and prejudice affect individuals’ well-being. Moreover, I am interested in the various strategies people can use to minimize the occurrence of prejudice, thereby maximizing positive well-being outcomes. In my third year, I completed an individual project at the IRL, which focused on the use of moral language during sexism confrontation. As the IRL Manager, my role is to ensure that both Graduate and Undergraduate students are provided with the necessary resources to fulfil their research needs.