My research interests lie in the subfields of social and cognitive psychology. Specifically, I’m interested in examining how human cognitive processes are influenced by social factors such as stereotypes, group memberships, and perceived consequences. In my third year, I completed an ROP399 at the IRL, in which I investigated the role of ally gender in sexism confrontation. Additionally, I will start an individual project (PSY406) studying the intersectional invisibility of race and age. 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.