Lab Alumni

Previous Thesis Students

Aaron Cohen, HC'22. Thesis title: Analyzing Whether Children's Automatic Encoding of Social Categories is Intersectional.

Current position: Lab Manager at Columbia University. 

Ravenel Davis, HC'22. Thesis title: Analyzing Whether Children's Automatic Encoding of Social Categories is Intersectional.

Current position: Science Associate at Society for Research in Child Development

Elizabeth Szanton, HC'22. Thesis title: Follow the Leader: Third-Party Prejudice and Children's Intersectional Evaluations of Gender Nonconformity.

Current position: Lab Coordinator at Boston College.

Zoe Frazier-Klotz, HC'22. Thesis title: Follow the Leader: Third-Party Prejudice and Children's Intersectional Evaluations of Gender Nonconformity.

Current position:

Ian Davis, HC'22. Thesis title: Duck Duck Dominance: Status and SDO in Children.

Alissa Vandenbark, HC'22. Thesis title: Duck Duck Dominance: Status and SDO in Children.

Current position: 

Emily Saks, HC '21. Thesis title: Intersectional Perspectives on Gender System Justification.

Current position: PEW research coordinator.

Natalie Williams, HC' 21. Thesis title: Intersectional Perspectives on Gender System Justification.

Christian Yun, HC '21. Thesis title: Rejecting Meritocracy: The Influence of Inclusion and Perceptions of Changeability on System Change Motivation in White Americans

Charlotte Scott, HC' 21. Thesis title: Rejecting Meritocracy: The Influence of Inclusion and Perceptions of Changeability on System Change Motivation in White Americans

Current position: Research assistant at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).

Josh Searle, HC' 21. Thesis title: Rejecting Meritocracy: The Influence of Inclusion and Perceptions of Changeability on System Change Motivation in White Americans

Tanisha Bansal, HC '21. Thesis title: Legitimizing Social Hierarchy: The Coevolution of Caste and Colorism in India

Current position: Master's student in Mental Health Counseling at UPenn.

Paul Wynkoop, HC '20. Thesis title: Examining Developmental Changes in How People Evaluate Claims of Inequality,

Current position:  Research assistant at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill.

Rachel Spitzer, HC '20. Thesis title: Which Kid Lives in Which House? The Development of Associations Between Race and Class. 

Current position: Nursing student at Drexel University.

Previous Research Assistants

Brandon Alonso, HC '22.

Noa Scheinfeld, HC '22.

Noha El-Toukhy, HC' '2.2.